In spite of the efforts of the Kremlin propaganda channels, yesterday was a conflict free day in Estonia. There were also no major disputes in the media.
Responses in our Eastern Neighbours press to our Foreign Minister’s interview broke a new record for the last half year.
The Kremlin’s propaganda portal started a new confrontation with the Estonian media last week, accusing ERR Postimees and Õhtuleht of publishing false information.
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Marke Galotti, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for International Affairs and Head of the European Security Research Center writes at length about Russia’s ability to manage global influence in the latest issue of the Riigikogu’s (Parliament’s) activities publication.
Last week, media reports revealed, that in April the identities of dozens of followers in the Twitter accounts of Estonian politicians and opinion leaders are in question. Propastop’s editorial board looked into the doubts in question.
Rossija 1 reported a fake quote from Donald Trump during the President’s meeting with the Presidents of the Baltic nations. The Russian television channel, Dožd, noted the quote.
Estonia’s ranked fifth among 35 countries in the index for media literacy and resistance to false information drawn up by the Open Society Institute of Sofia, being the only Eastern European country along side the top cluster of nations.
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Information warfare and the new advent of the Cold War dominated the topics in March. The case of the Skirpal poisoning and the Cambridge Analytica revelations on the use of Facebook data laid a considerable foundation for the month.