As NATO turned 70 last week, pro-Kremlin media obviously felt obliged to draw their audience’s attention to NATO’s atrocities and expansive nature, not to mention some broken promises.
According to the Russian Armed Forces Journal for Research and Debate, Russian soldiers can destroy computers and machinery, interrogate people and tame dolphins by mere will power.
At least 6 of Madagascar’s presidental candidates were offered money by Russians, a BBC investigation reveals.
An English language network of Russia-based sites serve as an Information Washing Machine. The fact that the sites are based and managed in Russia is, unlike the obvious Russian channels RT.com and Sputnik, not advertised.
This week, the pro-Kremlin disinformation machine churned out enough material for us to register almost 50 cases which we’ve divided into seven categories showing how certain narrative templates are used and reused for different stories and adapted to different audiences.
Was a Russian state TV host’s live streamed confession a Freudian slip?