Tag Archives: Russian Disinformation

Alligators’ flight: how the Russian Armed Forces practically implements information operations against Ukraine during military exercises — InformNapalm.org (English)

Against the backdrop of various military maneuvers and exercises near the borders of Ukraine, Russia continues to conduct information warfare. The purpose of Russia’s information operations is psychological pressure on Ukraine and demonstration of readiness to significantly step up the hostilities. On April 2, Russian sources, in particular, Voenny Obozrevatel popular telegram channel, affiliated with… Alligators’ flight: how the Russian Armed

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West Mistakenly Takes at Face Value Moscow’s Names for Institutions in Russia, Martynov Says — StopFake

By Paul Goble, Window On Eurasia Europeans and people in the West more generally make a major mistake by accepting Moscow’s designations for institutions in Russia, Kirill Martynov says. When they talk about Russian media, for example, they are “inclined to see “journalism and its crisis and not propaganda factories serving state corporations or the… West Mistakenly Takes at Face Value

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Council Of Europe Urges Russia To Explain NGO Designation As ‘Undesirable’

January 16, 2021 15:35 GMT UPDATED January 16, 2021 17:23 GMT – By RFE/RL’s Tatar-Bashkir Service The head of the Council of Europe has expressed “great concern” after the Association of Schools of Political Studies of the Council of Europe was added to the list of “undesirable” organizations in Russia. In a letter dated January 14 and obtained by RFE/RL, Council of Europe Secretary-General

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Russia Approves COVID-19 Vaccine For Use By The Elderly

December 26, 2020 09:28 GMT – RFE/RL Russia’s Health Ministry has approved the country’s Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine for use by people over the age of 60. Health Minister Mikhail Murashko made the announcement on December 26, saying that the vaccine has now been approved for everyone over the age of 18. Previously, elderly people, who form a particularly vulnerable

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EU Mulls Sanctions On State Actors For Spreading Disinformation

November 30, 2020 14:28 GMT – By Rikard Jozwiak The European Commission (EC) will propose for the first time that the European Union impose sanctions on “foreign actors” from states such as Russia or China spreading disinformation as it pushes for a tougher oversight mechanism for online platforms, according to a draft document seen by RFE/RL. The European Democracy Action Plan,

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