Propastop Library: Gustav Klucis

For the next upcoming weeks, you can still see classical works of the Soviet propaganda artist from Latvia at the Kumu gallery.

Propaganda attack from the sea?

Several Russian vessels that have been associated with Kremlin influence activities are participating in the Tallinn Maritime Days, which begins on the upcoming weekend.

The Georgian conflict: was Tbilisi an exception?

Propastop looks at Russia’s attack on Georgia’s reputation and economy from an information war and propaganda point of view.

How does the Kremlin maintain its influence in the West?

In mid June, the Free Russia foundation, which operates in the USA, published a collection of „Misused Rights – How the Kremlin uses Western institutions to undermine the West“

Answers to the picture game

Were you able to figure out Propastop’s St. John’s Day picture game? Compare your results and solutions with the right answers.

Help! We are lost!

This brand new picture game will test your skills in geolocation. Help identify where Propastop was on St. John’s day.

Foreign media: deepfake raises its head!

In June, there was an increase in the number of articles written about deepfake technology.

Ad hominem (against the individual), my friends!

Test yourself –If instead of arguing a point, can you identify if the focus is on the opposing person? Propastop has launched a new section introducing different demagogy techniques.

Propaganda dictionary – microtargeting

A word that individuals wanting to influence people constantly repeat, even in their dreams is microtargeting.

A routine propaganda incident in Kuressaare

Last week, the Kremlin’s propaganda machine tried to make a big deal about the graffiti on a memorial in Saaremaa. What are the techniques to prevent the spread of such media events?