Information War: Disinformation Corrupts the Internet in Russia’s Favor
The Internet age has been subverted by the ability to easily and quickly manipulate facts, images and people
Separating Fact from Fiction in Russia’s ‘Information Wars’
Can the West respond to Moscow’s information attacks without using the same tactics?
In Putin’s Russia, Ivan the Terrible Becomes Ivan the Terrific
How far will Russians go to accommodate Moscow’s rewrite of history?
Meet Russia Today’s All-American Satirist
Comedian Lee Camp scoffs at allegations that his show is Kremlin propaganda
How Sloppy Reporting in the U.S. Can Fuel Russian Disinformation
Russian State Media were Quick to Pick up on the Washington Times Reporting Fake News
Outside Looking In: A Russian Filmmaker Fights Censorship from Abroad
Vitaly Mansky’s film festival Artdocfest is thriving despite tightening restrictions on dissent in Russia
Why Has a Kremlin-Controlled News Network Become a Hit in the West?
Coda asked westerners why they trust news from a network whose head has a direct phone line to the Kremlin
The Czech Republic’s Phantom Muslim Menace
Pro-Kremlin media have found fertile ground for Islamophobia in a country where most people have no personal experience with Islam
Weaponizing History: World War II Memorial Attackers Aim To Divide Poland and Ukraine
The two allies claim Moscow is using their fraught wartime history to stir up suspicions between them
Disinformation in Action: Social Media Users Catch Sputnik International Accusing Georgia of Legalizing ‘Sodomy,’ ‘Lesbianism’
Jailed for a Like | Episode Two: When Caring Becomes a Crime
Episode Two: When Caring Becomes a Crime
Why Europe’s Last Dictator May Suddenly Need Uncensored TV
Belarus may lose the only TV channel that dares to criticize its dictator. And that could be bad news for Lukashenko himself
Why Has Russia’s Propaganda Machine Set its Sights on Belarus?
Some Belarusian observers see the campaign as a replay of Moscow’s Ukraine tactics
How (Not To) Cover Lies
As journalists try to figure out how to cover a “post-factual” world, they should look at Ukraine for lessons
Manipulating Elections Via Twitter in Armenia
Legitimate accounts suspended while suspected bots spread fake news of Western interference
Czechs Struggle to Sort Facts From Fears Over Russian Influence
Many are wary of renewed Russian meddling, but could overstating the threat play into Putin’s hands?
Confessions of a (Former) State TV Reporter
Dispatch & Video
After working for Kremlin TV, a Russian reporter explains how the state turns journalists into propagandists
Russian Blogger Given 3 1/2 Year Suspended Sentence for Pokemon Go Video
Episode One: Pokemon Games
In Germany, a Battle Against Fake News Stumbles into Legal Controversy
Some in Germany want social networks to decide what news is fake or ever illegal. It may not be so easy
Jailed for a Like | Episode Four: A Family Accused of Extremism
Episode Four: A Family Accused of Extremism
Campaigning to Destroy: How Moscow Authorities Promoted Mass Housing Demolition
The propaganda campaign promoting Moscow’s new housing demolition program was, without a doubt, aggressive. But was it convincing enough?
Punitive Psychiatry Reemerges in Post-Soviet States
Discarded after the Soviet collapse, punitive psychiatry has reappeared again in Russia under President Vladimir Putin, as well as in some neighboring states.
Jailed for a Like | Episode Five: Criticism or Terrorism?
Episode Five: Criticism or Terrorism?
Russian Disinformation: Everywhere? Nowhere? Neither?
In America, debate over the reach of Moscow propaganda heats up and scrambles political alliances
Putin’s surprise Myanmar challenge from Chechnya
Ramzan Kadyrov has called himself a foot soldier in Putin’s army, but now he is openly defying the Kremlin by taking sides with the Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar
Welcome to North Korea: The World’s Safest Fashion Hotspot
As Russia seeks a bigger role in the Korean standoff, there is a new narrative for the isolated dictatorship: a trendsetting tourism destination, safe under a nuclear umbrella
How Russia is Trying to Redress North Korea’s image
Russia’s leading state TV channel is selling a new narrative for the isolated dictatorship, as a fashion destination