Mart Helme’s interview with Baltnews ignores recommendations made by the government’s communications bureau on how to communicate with Kremlin channels.
This week you can read on the Baltnews website that they are owned by Russia Today and registered in Moscow.
As of yesterday, a court order has restricted access to Sputnik’s website in Lithuania
For the next upcoming weeks, you can still see classical works of the Soviet propaganda artist from Latvia at the Kumu gallery.
Several Russian vessels that have been associated with Kremlin influence activities are participating in the Tallinn Maritime Days, which begins on the upcoming weekend.
Propastop looks at Russia’s attack on Georgia’s reputation and economy from an information war and propaganda point of view.
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“