What if we chose not to speak about disinformation?

What if we chose not to speak about disinformation?

Speaking about disinformation might not make the problem go away just like that. But what would be the consequence of failing to speak about disinformation? In an essay with the title "Your silence will not protect you", the critically acclaimed Finnish-Estonian...

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RT goes undercover as In The Now

RT goes undercover as In The Now

Do you remember the viral video, which claimed to show how an independent journalist told off “mainstream media” colleagues at a UN press conference about Aleppo? Have you seen the Facebook video with Merkel and Putin trying to keep up appearances as their national...

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From Sweden with love

From Sweden with love

Russian state-owned media regularly make use of international “experts” to give legitimacy to pro-Kremlin narratives, even if the experts are known as such only by pro-Kremlin media. During the last couple of weeks, we have seen this strategy in action again.

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Alternative EU

Alternative EU

A union that is both expansionist, interventionist and aggressive; as well as weak, collapsing and doomed to fail. Such is the image of the European Union in the world of pro-Kremlin media, as described in a recent study by the Wilfried Martens Centre. The author,...

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