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Disinformation Crisis

Coda’s team investigates how propaganda warfare is increasingly shaping narratives, politics and lives around the world.

Migration Crisis

Coda’s team investigates how the migration crises challenges politics, society and the very definition of national identity in Europe.

LGBTQ Crisis

Coda’s team investigates the ideological battle—over values, traditions and the meaning of progress—that pits the Kremlin against the West.

. Eurasia | Disinformation Crisis

Digital technology has made information accessible for billions, but it is also easily manipulated. Societies are already paying a price for the menace of unreality.

. Europe | Migration Crisis

Migration challenges politics, society and the very definition of national identity in Europe.

. Eurasia | LGBTQ Crisis

LGBTQ is no longer just an expression of identity but an ideological front line in the battle over values, traditions and the meaning of progress.

. What is Coda Story?

Coda Story is a single-issue web platform that puts a team of journalists on one crisis at a time and stays with it, providing unique depth, continuity and understanding to events that shape our world. Coda is for those who believe that understanding a crisis is essential to addressing it and those who want to know what happened after the spotlight moved on. In music a Coda is a distinctive passage, usually towards the end, which defines the entire composition. In journalism we want to be a stand-alone voice which helps to define a crisis.


. Latest Stories

Does the US Have A Secret Germ Warfare Lab on Russia’s Doorstep?

Feature The inside story of a Kremlin disinformation campaign in Georgia.

Could The Kremlin Get An Award For Election Meddling?

Video Russia may deny it was involved, but some in the US advertising industry say the campaign was so “f***ing clever” it deserves a prize

Has Russia Perfected Multi-Media Patriotism?

Feature A high-tech, Kremlin-backed history exhibition has been a huge hit, but some Russian historians say it’s corrupting young minds.

When a Reporter Crossed the Kremlin’s Borderline

Feature To understand the tempest of Russia’s information wars, is the past prologue? An inside story from the conflict in Ukraine.

Why Russia is Crying ‘Fake News’ About A Drugs Sting In Argentina

Dispatch Disinformation, snorts the Kremlin, to allegations a Russian government jet was being used to smuggle cocaine.

How a Canadian City Got Sucked Into Russia’s Information War

Dispatch An obscure statue to a Ukrainian nationalist leader has given the Kremlin an open goal.

Jailed for a Like | Episode Six: The Lucky One Percent

Video Jailed for a Like tracks cases of Russians who have been prosecuted or imprisoned for their posts, shares or likes on social media.

Russia Picks Fight With Armenia Over Nazi Collaboration

Dispatch Armenians responded by vigorous defenses that mostly glossed over the liberation hero's alliance with the Third Reich.

The Club That Wants Russia To Take Over The World

Feature A small group of intellectuals are working on a blueprint for a new Russian empire.

To Bury, or Not to Bury? Russia Undecided about Legendary Hadji Murad’s Skull

Dispatch The Kremlin set up an interagency commission to consider whether to reunite Murad's skull with his body

How Two Russian Grandmothers Turned Into An Internet Sensation

Video The Russian government got more than it bargained for when it slapped down a bunch of cadets for uploading a spoof dance video.

What is the Eurasian Union?

Video A short history of the Kremlin’s new geopolitical bloc.

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