Figure of the Week: 206

Figure of the Week: 206

A 206-page report published by the U.S. Senate accuses the Kremlin of waging a “relentless assault” on democracy in Europe and the United States.

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Figure of the Week: 12,000

Figure of the Week: 12,000

Russia’s infamous troll factory in St. Petersburg is expanding its office to 12,000 square meters, three times bigger than its previous work space.

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Assessing the year ahead

Assessing the year ahead

As a new year commences, the last year is summed up and predictions for the future are being made by security services and national authorities. Last month both Denmark and the UK released reports on the topic.

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Figure of the Year: 1310

Figure of the Year: 1310

This year, we reported a total of 1310 disinformation cases. From Angela Merkel to burgers and Danish pets, pro-Kremlin disinformation cast its net wide in 2017.

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