Vassals, Aliens, and Green Tarkhun

Vassals, Aliens, and Green Tarkhun

Ukraine’s presidential election was ultimately a triumph of democracy, with free and fair elections followed by a peaceful transfer of power. International observers have described the elections as the cleanest in the country’s history. Yet, pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets continue to argue that Ukraine is corrupt, unstable, and controlled by foreign powers.

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Disinformation Preview: the HorrorScope

Disinformation Preview: the HorrorScope

Inspired by the report of the Parasychologic Capacity of the Russian Armed Forces, the Disinformation Review Team has looked into our Crystal Ball to see what kind of disinformation we might expect for the coming Kremlozodiacal Year:

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European Elections: Are We Ready?

European Elections: Are We Ready?

In May, EU citizens will decide how the next five years will look in the EU. There will be attempts to influence their votes. Here’s how not to get manipulated.

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Figure of the Week: 5

Figure of the Week: 5

Five Nordic and Baltic security services have warned Europeans about the threat of pro-Kremlin disinformation and election meddling attempts.

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Figure of the Week: 6

Figure of the Week: 6

At least 6 of Madagascar’s presidental candidates were offered money by Russians, a BBC investigation reveals.

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South Front – Russia Hiding Being Russian

South Front – Russia Hiding Being Russian

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.

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