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The Kremlin’s New Favourite Straw Man

The Kremlin’s New Favourite Straw Man

The "Straw Man" is a rhetorical device, used in polemical debate: a method of attacking views or ideas, never expressed by the opponent. "Neo-liberal" is the Kremlin's latest straw man.

30 Years of “Colour Revolutions” 30 Years of “Colour Revolutions”

Historical revisionism gets a modern spin as the pro-Kremlin media label the events of January 13, 1991 in Vilnius a “colour revolution”

Dugin and the Discourse of Deception Dugin and the Discourse of Deception

The Kremlin-philosopher Aleksander Dugin claims journalism cannot contribute to truth, so journalism is nothing but persuasion. A misleading discourse to legitimize disinformation.

Lenin, Saving America Lenin, Saving America

Pro-Kremlin outlets mobilise their favourite conspiracy theories when commenting on the January attack on Capitol Hill. Even Lenin is invoked to describe why Trump “failed” to stop power transfer.

STORYTELLING THE DISINFORMATION STORYTELLING THE DISINFORMATION

In this series of articles we explore the world of Kremlin Storytelling. An approach to disinformation that allows the disinformation operative to create an attractive story with a hero, a villain and a victim.

CORONAVIRUS: COVERAGE

Expose A Conspiracy

Disinformation uses a variety of manipulation tactics. Disinformation stories can easily be created by combining provocative topics. See for yourself – click below to generate a narrative, then check it against our database.

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