So far The Estonian E-state has been discussed very little in the Russian media. Recently the TVC talk show discussed the digital nation, of course thickly in the propaganda channel’s characteristic way. Read about here!
Saara Jantunen’s book „Info warfare“ published in January in Estonian is an easy to understand and comprehensive work which gives an in-depth picture of information warfare as well as the current state of affairs and developments in 2014-2015.
If Estonia’s new logo was partially seen as a retching hedgehog then the new logo for Russia forces its users to recognize the occupation of Crimea. Read about it here!
In recent years, several associations have been established in Finland whose Russian minded activities have created internal national tensions and have sowed confusion on the international scene.
The study, which reflects the attitudes of Russian speaking people in Estonia, is currently not public. This situation provides an opportunity for manipulating information, influencing discussions as well as questioning whether the parties involved have hidden agendas.
On the 29th of January the 23. Jet fighter squadron, titled the „Tallinn named squadron“ a tribute by the Russian President, renewed the name of its reformation after a part of the flight group that bombed Tallinn on 22. October 1944 called the „Tallinn squadron.“
A study commissioned by the British government that became a media flashpoint last week has given an alarming picture of the attitudes of Russian speaking people in Estonia. Read about how the Kremlin propaganda media handles the study.
„Whataboutism“ is term used to describe the propaganda technique that could be characterized in Estonian by the expressions „but others did it too“ or „ but what are you doing yourself“ and which came into use during the Soviet Union and later with the Russian authorities when describing their communication manoeuvers.
How much false news has currently been circulated about the Maarjamäe complex? What was written about Estonia in the Russian media last month? Read about it here!
Moldova passed a law on January 10th to restrict Russian Propaganda channels’ broadcasts in the country.