• Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: August 2020

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.ru, rbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 3 and 30 August 2020.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: December 2020

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 30 November 2020 and 3 January 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: February 2021

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 1-21 February 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: January 2021

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 4-31 January 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: November 2020

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 2-29 November 2020.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: October 2020

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 28 September and 1 November 2020.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space: September 2020

    Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space as exemplified by the articles published by ria.rurbr.ru and russian.rt.com between 31 August and 27 September 2020.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Monitoring and analysis of the Russian information space” project and implemented during the period of 3 August 2020 to 28 February 2021.

  • The new episode of #DEZINFO podcast: The image of Baltic states in the Russian niche media online

    Listen to the new episode of our #DEZINFO podcast!

    In an interview with the analystEvija Djatkoviča, we discuss the results of monitoring the Russian information space, in particular focusing on the narratives that were built in the context of the Baltic states. We also discussed how the propaganda about Ukraine was built a few weeks before the start of the Russian aggression and how much space was devoted to Ukraine in the Russian media at that time.

    – How do we define the Baltic states today, how do they differ from other European states?

    – What footprints (in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia) were left by the Soviet Union occupation  that we can see nowadays?

    – Why are these three Baltic countries portrayed by the Russian media as hysterical and hostile?

    – How can the Russian online media be characterized? Why are they distinguished by the high level of centralization, the lack of freedom of expression, the lack of criticism and the inability to present an alternative view?

     

    Podcast: https://youtu.be/nTQT-_f-qXQ

    Who is our interlocutor?

    Evija Djatkoviča – the Head of Belarus and East-Europe Program of the Center for Geopolitical Studies Riga. She is also an acting researcher at Riga Stradins University. She holds a master’s degree in diplomacy; her research interests include the EU’s Eastern Partnership countries, particularly Belarus, and regional security of the Baltic states, especially their hard and soft power relations with Russia. Formerly, Djatkovica worked in policy consulting, at the OSCE ODIHR and the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Latvia.

    Listen to the episode of the #DEZINFO podcast, which was created as part of the "Strengthening the Capacity to Counter Disinformation" project, with the support This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..