Pro-Kremlin outlets went into overdrive in response to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s statement blaming Moscow for the poisoning and attempted murder of former Russian spy Skripal on British soil. It can be hard to find your way out once you are in the disinformation swamp. Don’t step into it.
Fuel hysteria, sow discord, spread confusion. Detailed account on manipulation attempts before US elections
A more than two year long operation involving dozens of employees, hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of dollars – such is the scale of Russia’s operation aimed at influencing the public opinion on social media before the 2016 US Presidential elections.
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.