Armed Conflict: In the Age of Disinformation, One Side’s Proof is Another’s Propaganda
Technology has failed to bring certainty to conflict zones where opposing sides employ information against each other
Ukraine’s War of Words and Viral Videos
On both sides of the front line in Eastern Ukraine, TV and social media have been turned into weapons.
Russia Used a Two-Year-Old Video and an ‘Alternative’ Swedish Group to Discredit Reports of Syria Gas Attack
Who are the Swedish doctors that Russian media is using to drum up support for war in Syria?
Russian Librarian Found Guilty For Keeping Ukrainian Books
As Russia’s war with Ukraine stretches into a third year, the Kremlin is stepping up efforts to squash any expressions of pro-Ukraine opinion. The Russian head of a government-funded Ukrainian library has found herself the latest target.
Ukraine’s East: Why Not Call Russia’s Occupation by Its Name?
Failure to officially define the East as Russian-occupied gives Moscow a PR advantage, some Ukrainian MPs say.
Brothers in Arms
Text & Illustrations
Why Russian ultranationalists confronted their own government on the battlefields of Ukraine
Ukraine’s Battle with Russia Moves to the Classroom
Ukraine is trying to fight back against Russian influence with a new drive to promote teaching in Ukrainian — but some fear this will play into Kremlin hands
The Russian Offensive in Syria You Haven’t Heard About
The Kremlin smells military victory in Syria, but its media campaign could turn out to be a bigger triumph
When a Reporter Crossed the Kremlin’s Borderline
To understand the tempest of Russia’s information wars, is the past prologue? An inside story from the conflict in Ukraine