Hate-speech towards certain groups of people is a well-established part of the toolkit in the pro-Kremlin influence methodology.
Who is who? This rubric aims to shine a spotlight on the fast-growing community of fact-checkers. Through a series of profiles, it offers a personal look at some of the most successful initiatives currently fighting disinformation and debunking fake news.
Talk shows raised the alert claiming that there is a threat that all of Europe might “break up into small states”.
Less than two weeks ago, elections were held in Germany. And although the election campaigning is over, the disinformation campaign is still ongoing.
Quack-quack! In most of the world, the popular yellow plastic duck is associated with children playing in a bathtub. But in Russia, it’s a different story.
Why has the Kremlin decided not to provide its pool of loyal media with a clear narrative about who was good and who was bad in 1917? And why is Russia’s most ambitious communication project about the Revolution the one that targets foreigners?