Propastop presents its position on the appearance of Estonian politicians on Russian propaganda television. Why are we opposed to these types of appearances?
In mid-April, at the peak of the coronavirus, there was news that Estonia had dropped three positions in the press freedom index and is now ranked at 14th.
The Eesti Päevaleht wrote about a resolution on the European Union of minorities, which gave false accusations against Estonia. Read how far the one sided statements have spread.
The words of Estonian officials have caused a flood of articles in the Russian media: already the fourth similar event in recent months. Propastop sees a definite pattern forming behind the scenes.
Information warfare and the new advent of the Cold War dominated the topics in March. The case of the Skirpal poisoning and the Cambridge Analytica revelations on the use of Facebook data laid a considerable foundation for the month.
In mid January began a rather unique event in Holland, which today includes both media publications, the courts as well as the Dutch Parliament and ministers. This could be fatal to the EuvsDisinfo website, which fights against fake news and Russian propaganda.
Today we offer an overview of the people who are representing Estonia on Russian television channels. At the same time, we are offering an idea on how to find new opinion leaders who are associated with Estonia. Read about it here!
In mid September the Russian propaganda channel NTV televised in their news program a story based on the analysis of the Directorate-General for Internal Policies of the Union’s General Secretariat of the European Parliament, which gave the impression that the European Parliament was worried about the Russian speaking population of Estonia.