Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda invited to the NAFO summit in Vilnius in the second week of July. If you are already a NAFO fella, you probably were there and had a great time. When Kamil Dyszewski from Poland started tweeting a meme with doggies in May 2022, he had no idea that he was starting … Continue reading What is this NAFO thing?
In this narrative X-ray, we will take a closer look at how the narrative of Russia’s powerful nuclear fist, which is ready to turn any enemy of the Kremlin into a “radioactive pile of ashes” in a matter of minutes, was created and maintained. Recently, nuclear rhetoric is heard more and more from the Kremlin, … Continue reading Narrative X-ray: Russia’s Nuclear Fist
The NATO summit in Vilnius on July 11-12 is also being watched with interest by the Russian media. Possible next steps for the alliance are outlined and, as expected, topics that sow panic and have little to do with real life are lamented. Let’s take a closer look at the two biggest ones: the NATO … Continue reading Leader of the Koos (Together) party Oleg Ivanov: Estonia is preparing a provocation against Russia
The term “Transukrainian” seems to be emerging as a way to describe individuals who are not ethnically Ukrainian or citizens of Ukraine, yet openly support Ukraine or identify with Ukrainian values, culture, or political causes. This term appears to be rooted in the concept of transcending national boundaries, emphasizing a broader sense of identity or … Continue reading Who or what is Transurkainian?
The NATO summit took place a month ago on July 11 in Vilnius. One of the focal points of the meeting was the expansion of NATO’s engagement in the Indo-Pacific region in response to Beijing’s global actions, which continue to challenge the Alliance’s interests, security and values. It was decided that NATO will deepen ties … Continue reading China brings peace, NATO war?
Estonia’s government plans to increase VAT on journalism from five percent to nine percent. Priit Hõbemägi, the editor-in-chief of Postimees newspaper, said when commenting on the news that “The increase in sales tax comes at a time when Russia is investing more and more money in influencing the mindset of Estonian people with propaganda, false … Continue reading Billions for Russian propaganda