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.
The Atlantic Council has published an article by senior fellow, Ben Nimmo, that teaches a „total start to finish“ method of recognizing bots and fake accounts on Twitter.
A co-author at the European Policy Studies Center (CEPA), Mārtiņš Kaprāns analyzed Russian propaganda messages about Latvia and outlined the three most commonly used ones.
During the weekend, a great number of new articles appeared where they are blaming Estonia with wanting to demolish another Soviet monument. Read more about the propaganda attack here!
The editorial staff of Propastop reviewed the storm of discussions created by Raul Rebane’s article on the permissibility of purchasing airtime on the PBK channel and tried to understand what is being discussed.
The editors of Propastop looked ahead into 2018 and made some predictions for the propaganda year.