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September 15, 2021

Antibot Training: How to Expose Information Manipulation?

We invite you to participate in the training “Antibot: How to Expose Information Manipulation?”.
InfoWatch
September 7, 2021

“Not That Free”: How Pro-Russian Parties in Ukraine Cast Doubt on The Country's Independence

Several pro-Russian Ukrainian parties used the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s restoration of independence as another opportunity to spread anti-Western messages.
InfoWatch
July 21, 2021

What’s happening in Eastern Europe? Ukraine, Belarus, the Eastern Partnership, and the Black Sea Region. - Online event

UW and KSF are holding a joint online event on major security, political challenges in Eastern Europe. Join us!
InfoWatch
July 20, 2021

"Back Home": How Russia Uses Facebook to Strengthen Its Control Over Crimea

Russia uses Facebook pages and public groups in occupied Crimea to spread the Kremlin’s narratives and strengthen its control over the peninsula.
InfoWatch
July 5, 2021

Putin Verstehen: The Pro-Russian Presence on German Facebook

A wide network of German-language public groups and pages on Facebook shares Kremlin narratives about NATO, the U.S. and Ukraine.
InfoWatch
June 16, 2021

True or Not: How the Narrative about “External Governance” Spreads on Facebook

UkraineWorld takes a look at Facebook pages and groups writing about the “external governance” of Ukraine by the collective West since the beginning of the year.
InfoWatch
June 14, 2021

“I Can’t Change Anything”: Why Lack of Agency Makes Ukrainians Vulnerable to Anti-Western Propaganda

A lack of individual or collective agency is a key factor making people vulnerable to conspiratorial anti-Western propaganda in Ukraine, according to our study.
InfoWatch
June 9, 2021

Why Conspiratorial Propaganda Works and What We Can Do About It: Report Launch

On June 15, join the event on conspiratorial propaganda, audience vulnerability, resistance to conspiratorial narratives.
InfoWatch
May 27, 2021

Strana: a Hiddenly (or Openly) Pro-Russian Media in Ukraine

The news website Strana.ua is popular both in Ukraine and Russia. This is partly due to the spread of narratives similar to those established by Kremlin propaganda.
InfoWatch
April 26, 2021

Alternatively Pro-Russian: How NASH Operates

The NASH news network controlled by Murayev has taken the place of the banned TV channels of Medvedchuk. It mostly features the same guests and similar messages.