Propaganda in December

Last year’s holiday month of December was rather modest in the writing of propaganda and information manipulation. The emphasis was on data and the writing of their misuse.

Keila’s decision reanimated Kremlin minded individuals and groups in Estonia

On November 26, Keila City Council decided that next year the first class of Keila Elementary School would no longer admit children with Russian as their language of instruction and that the school would be merged with Keila primary school.

Priit Talv: information operations are here to stay

We have to accept and get used to a manipulated virtual world as a new normality. Here is Priit Talve’s full article, which appeared in the Delfi Klikimagnet (Click Magnet) section in September.

Kremlin online propaganda fighter # 1- Ben Nimmo

Ben Nimmo is one of the leading experts and activists on the Kremlin’s influence activities in social media networks.

When one country attacks another on social media

Russia is not the only one trying to influence the population of another country in social media.

The war of winning hearts and minds in Venezuela

In crisis-filled Venezuela, there is an active conflict between the political parties in the streets and in social media.

News word – Baltophobia

Latvian actor and political commentator Andris Lielais sent out an idea on a program at the Latvian radio station Baltcom that Russia is currently suffering from Baltophobia.

Matvijenko organized an accusation of discrimination firestorm

The II International Anti-Semitism, Racial and Xenophobic Conference „Protecting the Future“ was held in Moscow at the end of last week, which gave the speakers an additional impetus for attacks against Latvia and Estonia on issues of non-citizens’ discrimination.

How much were the Latvian elections effected by foreign influencers?

Let us read about the methods used to influence the Latvian elections and predict the likelihood of their implementation in Estonia.

Myth breaker 3: Estonians are supposed to be fascists

Today we are going to demolish one of the most fundamental Estonian propaganda myths. How to overturn the claim that Fascism is encouraged in Estonia?