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Peace and sudden memory improvement

Peace and sudden memory improvement

The Kremlin’s disinformation outlets seek to discredit Ukraine’s legitimate attempts to secure a just and sustainable peace, muddying the waters with outdated proposals and feigning a genuine interest in negotiations. Meanwhile, at home, conspiracy theories about the Crocus City Hall still abound.
Francophobes in the Kremlin

Francophobes in the Kremlin

Instead of sending love letters to the Élysée, the pro-Kremlin disinformation apparatus has taken France into its crosshairs by spreading lies and gross misogyny. Is Moscow afraid of something?
Hinterland on fire

Hinterland on fire

The Kremlin’s disinformation is shifting from ridiculing the EU to spreading baseless accusations and conspiracy theories about the Crocus City Hall terrorist attack in Moscow, using this tragic incident to further vilify Ukraine and divert attention from potentially mounting domestic turmoil.
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.
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