The Sergei Skripal poisoning incident at the beginning of March has triggered a large-scale information attack in the Russian media, where dozens of different types of messages have been used to accuse many others.
The media still emphasizes people’s nationality or mother tongue without any justifiable cause. Read how Elina Nechayeva’s win was written in the Russian media
In mid January began a rather unique event in Holland, which today includes both media publications, the courts as well as the Dutch Parliament and ministers. This could be fatal to the EuvsDisinfo website, which fights against fake news and Russian propaganda.
Quick actions from the Estonian Defence Forces last week prevented a propaganda attack from the Kremlin media. Although the propaganda channel that initiated the incident tried to still get in the last word.
Today we introduce wording that is resonating a lot in the media. Unfortunately, the expression is increasingly being used to label opponents.
Today we will start with a new heading, in which we will show why propaganda myths circulating in Estonia are false. First, we reject the misconception that Estonia voluntarily joined the Soviet Union.
At the beginning of March, Estonians were introduced to a survey, which was conducted by the Ukrainian Crisis Center for Communication about the coverage of 38 countries on three Russian television channels.
The marching song propaganda attacks were last week. Let us line up a couple of principles that in a similar case would be able to prevent singular news items from growing into media storms.
February was the most active month on influencing issues in the last couple of months. Several studies and articles on Russian influence activities were published. Several social media channels took steps to improve the quality of their content and factors affecting the country in regards to the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia was discussed much more often.
Propastop noticed that at the beginning of the week, the Russian media had a spreading news story referring to Estonian Defence Forces singing about killing Russians while marching. These headlines began surfacing on Monday and continued to spread on Tuesday.