Crimean Limbo: How Low Can You Go?

Crimean Limbo: How Low Can You Go?

“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.

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Figure of the week: 49

Figure of the week: 49

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.

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“Don’t Turn Nuclear War into Politics!”

“Don’t Turn Nuclear War into Politics!”

A choir in St. Petersburg included a song about destroying Washington in a performance on the day of the Russian Army. The song describes how a Russian submarine sails to the shores of America to destroy the enemy.

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Figure of the Week: 5014

Figure of the Week: 5014

From deadly mother in-law to nazis in power in all possible places, the EuvsDisinfo team has collected more than 5000 disinformation cases since November 2015.

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“Interfering? No, Offering a Superior Political System”

“Interfering? No, Offering a Superior Political System”

A few month ahead of the European Parliament elections, Vladislav Surkov, a top aide to the President of Russia, is commenting on the accusations of Russia meddling in foreign elections. Russia is, argues Mr. Surkov, simply offering a superior political system to the World. Instead of having democracy, which only offers an illusion of choice, Russia suggests the concept of the “Enlightened Monarch”.

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Faces of Western women

Faces of Western women

The EU is the place for women to be. And numerous initiatives taken up by EU institutions are helping women advance in their professional lives and develop personally. However, the way pro-Kremlin outlets see it – being a woman in the West is no piece of cake.

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Figure of the Week: 138

Figure of the Week: 138

Following the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in the UK, pro-Kremlin media went into overdrive and churned out an impressive amount of disinformation.

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