Putin’s red lines – from blurred to non-existent

Since February 24, 2024, breaching a “red line” symbolizes actions detrimental to Russian interests, often in response to measures such as sanctions and military aid. In 2023, Russia cut official “red line” statements from 24 to 15. Let’s examine notable red lines drawn by President Putin in the past two years and assess their effectiveness.

OpenAI’s Video Generator Sora: Unveiling New Avenues for Propaganda

The newly introduced video generation tool from OpenAI, Sora, has the capability to produce brief videos lasting up to one minute by utilizing user-provided descriptions. This functionality mirrors the way ChatGPT generates written responses and DALL-E produces images. The implications of such technology on propaganda, however, raise questions about its potential impact and influence in shaping narratives.

Telegram.ee spreads misinformation about the plan to send reservists to the war in Ukraine

The Estonian Defense Forces reject misinformation spread by the portal Telegram.ee on February 16, claiming that the military is considering sending reservists to the frontlines in Ukraine.

Expert study predicts intensification of Kremlin information influence activities

New study by Estonian Academy of Security Sciences experts explores potential security impacts of Russia’s actions on Estonia. Four scenarios outlined with insights into potential societal safety effects. Propastop offers a concise summary of key findings and conclusions.

Ukrainian NGO framed as a kill-list by Russian propaganda

After Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, several Trump supporters and Russian media outlets have asserted that Carlson is being added to a Ukrainian kill-list, citing the Ukrainian website Myrotvorets. However, a question arises: is Myrotvorets an actual kill-list, or is it presented as one through propaganda? Propastop takes a closer look.

Review of Russian Propaganda in January 2024

In January 2024, President Zelensky’s visit to the Baltic States took center stage in the geopolitical arena, drawing considerable attention from major Russian propaganda outlets. This compilation unravels the diverse narratives propagated by Russian sources, ranging from accusations of scaremongering to claims of safeguarding Europe from Ukrainian threats.

Decoding Putin’s Accusations of Nazism Against Baltic States

Putin’s claims of “Nazism” against the Baltic States indicate a potential pro-Kremlin strategy, sparking concerns of future aggression against NATO. The ISW exposes the Kremlin’s strategic narrative shaping, implying a foundation for justifying military actions. This article delves into the “Nazis in the Baltic States” narrative, examining its purpose and implications.