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What did not happen

What did not happen

A year after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Kremlin is preparing another flood of disinformation about their horrific war of choice. But it is useful to reflect on how wrong Russia leaders have been in their assumptions, claims and predictions.
History upside down

History upside down

The Kremlin disinformation machine goes back in time and turns history upside down. Outlets accuse the Western Allies of supporting Nazis in World War II and laud Russia for its false heritage of Soviet anti-colonialism.
Explosive words on dirty bombs

Explosive words on dirty bombs

Over the past week, Kremlin top officials and pro-Kremlin outlets resurfaced a washed-out and distinctly appalling disinformation claim. Namely, Kyiv will supposedly detonate a dirty bomb or a radiological weapon and then blame the disaster on Russia.
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