Russian state media have a credibility problem, and they know it - and they have found a crafty solution to it.
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Op 9 maart was de eerste zitting van de rechtszaak MH17. Wat gebeurde er sindsdien op desinformatiegebied? We zien de bekende patronen, en de activiteiten van Alexander Aleksandr Malkevitsj.
A good liar must be a good listener. Just as fortune-tellers, pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets gauge the audiences' hopes, prejudice and fears.
Belarusian Police spokesperson, Colonel Volha Chamadanava, attacks the women's demonstrations for “unfeminine behaviour” and calls for the "weaker sex" to focus on family.
On March 9th the hearings of the MH17 process started. What happened since then on the disinformation front? There are some regular patterns, and the activities of Alexander Malkevich.
For your weekend reading, we have selected several images to illustrate what pro-Kremlin disinformation has been up to this week. Happy browsing and make sure to follow updates on EUvsDisinfo next week!
The profound sense of bitterness and resentment about the past is a core element of pro-Kremlin disinformation. It shapes how both history and present times are portrayed in media loyal to the Kremlin.
Disinformation works, and pro-Kremlin disinformation is often able to influence people’s opinions. This is the conclusion drawn from a recent research on “online astroturfing”.
Be it Nagorno-Karabakh, MH17 or Belarus, everything is always against Russia.
"Trust me, I'm a professional!" Oscar-winning filmmaker Nikita Mikhalkov demonstrates how pictures from Belarus are doctored to exaggerate the crowds protesting. But who did the doctoring?
Media workers in high regard: budget expenditure earmarked for pro-Kremlin media increases yet again.