The scorched-earth tactics sometimes prove successful in conventional warfare. How is it doing in the disinformation world?
The pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets are relying on a few well-tested tropes. Why use facts when you can rely on prejudice and bigotry?
As world leaders gathered in Poland to commemorate 80 years since the start of World War II, Russian officials were outraged that they were not invited.
This week’s cases exemplify the impressive variety of ways that the pro-Kremlin disinformation machine adapts the narrative frame of Western imperialism to different situations and contexts.
Instead of reflecting on a complex and difficult history and Russia’s role in it, the pro-Kremlin media continues to attack those who do not blindly follow the myth of Soviet heroism.
It has been an eventful couple of weeks for the Kremlin’s disinformation machine, with several inconvenient topics for the Russian regime making international headlines.