You don’t need a Ph.D. degree in international relations to comment on geopolitical affairs on pro-Kremlin TV.
Independent Russian media say that Putin used an animation video from 2007 to show a new Russian nuclear weapon.
In pro-Kremlin disinformation, it is sanctions – and not the illegal action they respond to – that are referred to as undermining global stability. This is confusing cause and effect: a case of the chicken or the egg.
Russian state TV Pervy Kanal used screenshots from a computer game in alleged reporting from Syria.
As concern grows over social media’s role in helping spread disinformation, Facebook pledges to have 20,000 employees monitoring harmful content on its platform by the end of the 2018.