This week we have observed a fifth anniversary of Pro-Kremlin deception, disinformation and dishonesty on Crimea. A wooden anniversary, not of a wedding, but an assault.
“German Media Outlets Report on the ‘Renaissance’ of Russian Crimea,” RIA Novosti reported. But it was only one outlet. And it had only existed for two months.
Programs produced in Russia make up about 49% of the prime-time content on Belarusian TV channels, research of the Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) found.
Russian commentator: The disinformation campaign has undermined Russia’s credibility.
Russia has successfully managed to influence the public discourse on the events in Venezuela. This conclusion can be drawn from an analysis of 1.5 million tweets from Spanish speaking networks, commenting on the current situation in Venezuela.
It is easy to get distracted in today’s information abundance. It might be even easier in the disinformation space.