A Tale of Six Sexes

A Tale of Six Sexes

Russian state media spread false claims about a letter sent by the Council of Europe to the State Duma.

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What’s wrong with RT?

What’s wrong with RT?

The UK’s media regulator highlights fundamental differences between RT and the kind of journalism normally expected from a public service broadcaster.

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Year in review: 1001 messages of pro-Kremlin disinformation

Year in review: 1001 messages of pro-Kremlin disinformation

"Lies and blatant fabrications" – this was how the British government described Russia's clumsy attempt to conceal its hand in the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, by staging a bizarre interview with the suspects. But it might as well be a by-line for the overall...

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What did not happen in 2018?

What did not happen in 2018?

What a year it's been! 2018 will go down as the year NASA successfully landed a probe on Mars, Norway won a record of 39 medals at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and the EU raised the possibility of harmonising summertime and wintertime. But the year was also filled...

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2018 in Figures

2018 in Figures

It’s been a busy year for the pro-Kremlin disinformation campaign. This special edition of Figure of the Week reviews how Russian influence operations sought to divide societies in 2018 and how Western countries hit back.

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