Kremlin propaganda continues to spread the myth that Tallinn was liberated on September 22, 1944. Actually in fact, a new Soviet occupation of the Estonian Capital began on that day. Read more!
An app, using virtual reality, created by a Kremlin-based group, shows Aljoša in his former location. This is part of a propaganda action related to the so-called „liberation“ of Tallinn, of which are awaited more in the upcoming week.
The Pealtnägija story of US Special Forces stationed in Estonia was used to spread one of the Kremlin’s basic propaganda myths.
Here is the first part of an overview grouping together trustworthy, non-propaganda Russian-language media channels. Share the list with your Russian speaking acquaintances!
In August, the majority of stories on influence activities and propaganda focused on either allowing or restricting the Kremlin’s media distribution in Estonia.
What are the objectives of Iran’s influence activities? What are the tactics of the endless one-day Mayfly network? Read more about it on Propastop’s analysis!
Ben Nimmo is one of the leading experts and activists on the Kremlin’s influence activities in social media networks.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the MRP, there is reason to look back at the Kremlin’s lies about the signing and publishing of this document.
Russia is not the only one trying to influence the population of another country in social media.
Children from Estonia took part in the Orljonok camp in Russia, where they could experience the military – patriotic training of our Eastern neighbour.