Both the BBC and NPR recently visited Estonia to listen to the perspectives of local Russian-speakers. Their stories puncture Kremlin propaganda narratives.
Estonia has become known in the world as being a forefront country in a potential Western-Russian conflict. Whether and how to change this image, or how could this be put to better use?
Media describing allies as ‘NATO troops, arriving to Russian borders’ is worrying for Propastop. This language use resembles Kremlin’s propaganda vocabulary.
One Estonian school opened a bust of Harald Nugieks, an Estonian soldier in German army during World War II. Kremlin propaganda media labelled Estonia immediately as a nazi state.
According to Russian TV-channel NTV news program the Baltic states are preparing for war. NTV is the propaganda channel, which spreads Kremlin biased information and lies.
In October Vladimir Sazonov published an article. It discusses, how the Russian propaganda machine has developed, about the adaptation with the fall of the Soviet Union and today’s Russia’s information war doctrine.