Propastop publishes the full text of the article written by Urve Eslas, who analyzes the master narrative, which is the foundation of Russian propaganda activities and observes how it directs messages used daily. The original article was published on the webpage of the Center for European Policy Analysis.
Propastop has been following how an incident involving child protection became a distorted news item on Estonian Russophobia in the Russian media.
Propastop analyzes the new narrative “The independent Republic of Estonia will end in 2020”, which has been created and developed by Russia through different speaking points.
The June double number issue of Diplomaatia (Diplomacy) concentrates in a big way on Russian influence activities with analysis in practical as well as in an academic way. Propastop brings forward Diplomaatia’s opening story, Marko Mihkelson’s article on „Disinformation: Russia’s old and effective weapon of influence“.
A few weeks ago, we wrote about the occurrences at the Jõhvi cemetery, where a letter sent to the county administration by private individuals received biased reports in the Russian media. New elements were added last week to the case where on the 4th of July.
The month of June has been a propaganda month and has brought about a lot of attention to the ending of the inquiry into the death of Dmitri Ganini. It has promoted interesting reading from us and elsewhere as well as Propastop once again being mentioned on Sputnik news.
Propastop gave an overview of the popular cartoon series „Masha and the bear “from a Kremlin propaganda perspective on the 22nd of May. The overview gained much attention in the news and reached the Russian media where it caused a large insurgence of Propaganda type articles.