What started as a short military operation will now take years and years. Changing its tune is all in a day’s work for the Kremlin.
Calls have erupted to cancel two writers from Adelaide Writers’ Week – including from South Australia’s Opposition leader. Why? And are they justified? Denis Muller weighs the evidence.
In war, each side tends to minimise its own losses and overestimate the enemy death toll – Ukraine is no exception.
Written in a breezy and accessible style, How to Stage a Coup is a dazzling compendium of underhanded tactics.
Citizens’ social media is a form of alternative media that challenges both mainstream media and right-wing propaganda.
In today’s world, propaganda thrives and manipulation is rife, but in ways that Orwell never envisioned.
Libraries play a crucial role in preserving texts, even controversial ones. They are responsible for teaching people how to evaluate the credibility and validity of information.
Russian government media are frequently criticized as being blatant propaganda. How do US government media measure up?
For hundreds of years, Russia has elevated its political leaders as figureheads. That’s part of what makes its propaganda so convincing.
Ukraine’s savvy president is beating Putin at his own game.
When it comes to war crimes in Ukraine, the Kremlin is intimately following the Syrian playbook. To prevent further atrocities, leaders must now draw the lessons from the conflict in Western Asia.
A Russian journalist and political operative reveals that Russian leadership is planning for the complete destruction of Ukraine
Poland has an opportunity to emerge from this refugee crisis a more united, more accepting and economically strong society, but first they need to have tough conversations about immigration.
The Russian Embassy in Canada is active in spreading disinformation and promoting the Russian perspective on the events taking place in Ukraine.
Writing graffiti on bank notes, postering cities and crying on public transit are some ways members of the Feminist Anti-War Resistance in Russia are speaking against propaganda.
As terrible images from Bucha and other Ukrainian towns are shown around the world, Russian authorities continue to frame their invasion as a fight for their country’s survival.
The transmission of truth about the war against Ukraine is a criminal offense in Russia. Without access to the complete information about the war, Russian population continues to support it.
Cyberattacks can be devastating, just not on the battlefield, according to researchers who looked at 10 years of armed conflicts around the world.
Efforts to fight online disinformation often give oxygen to the very things they’re trying to fight.
TikTok is a new strategic tool for propagandists to push for political narrative during the electoral period.