Life is tough when the world is pitted against you, or you think it is. This week, the disinformation reflects this mood, radiated by the pro-Kremlin media.
EU vs DISINFORMATION – DON’T BE DECEIVED, QUESTION EVEN MORE
Vladimir Putin is Russia’s manliest man – according to the state institute for public opinion, VTsIOM. In a tight competition, the Russian president beat two actors, one of which is recently deceased.
Pro-Kremlin media and politicians compete in beating the war-drum, blaming the West for attempts to contain Russia and warning to be ready for an (imminent) war.
Book review: We are Bellingcat. How a group of volunteers is transforming the interface of the information space and geopolitics.
Russia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov, gave an interview to the Russian State TV Host Vladimir Solovyov on 12 February 2021. Here is a collection of some of the unfounded and misleading claims that were aired in the interview.
The Pro-Kremlin media shows no love to Europe, or Russians supporting imprisoned Alexei Navalny.
This week saw the advent of an entirely new level of pro-Kremlin disinformation. Outlets are no longer bound to the traditional true/false paradigm, but have entered the realm of the absurd, the nonsens. How do we debunk Ayou Fyurrer na Huyutoo?
While pro-Kremlin media highlighted adverse outcomes of Western vaccines, they received support from the most improbable of people: a Russian diplomat.
This week’s disinformation covers Navalny and relations between the West and Russia In most cases, a bombastic twist of the truth is never far away.
Whataboutism, a rhetorical device to deflect attention to an unpleasant issue, has evolved into an obsession, an art, an ideology, with the Kremlin.
Previously, EUvsDisinfo described how pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets present sympathetic Western bloggers as mainstream journalists. In this post, we look at one such person who serves as a conduit for disinformation and conspiracy theories.
Figure of the Week
300 people attended the Moscow 31 January protests according to the city authorities. Of those, 1,871 were detained, according to public records from Moscow police authorities.
Pro-Kremlin media targets the Lugar lab in Georgia