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Force feeding fears and summoning bogeymen

Force feeding fears and summoning bogeymen

Pro-Kremlin outlets continue to force-feed Russian audiences with illusionary fears, conjuring up non-existent enemies. All this to drum up war hysteria and invoke primal reactions, to be harnessed in service of the Kremlin’s agenda later on.
Years of war

Years of war

War has become an essential, almost sought-after state of affairs in Russia. We look at some recent developments in society.
What did not happen

What did not happen

A year after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Kremlin is preparing another flood of disinformation about their horrific war of choice. But it is useful to reflect on how wrong Russia leaders have been in their assumptions, claims and predictions.
Finland and <strong class='ep-highlight'>Sweden</strong> Keep Marching On

Finland and Sweden Keep Marching On

Despite the Kremlin continuing its attempts to obstruct Finnish and Swedish NATO accession and intimidate decision makers and citizenry of those countries, the accession process continues to move forward.
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