00.00 – Intro
01:34 – Russian disinformation before and after large-scale invasion of Ukraine
04:34 – The established system of Russian propaganda and its goals
10:39 – New techniques used by Russian propaganda
15:36 – Ukrainian perspective
21:03 – Outro
Russian disinformation has been at the center of attention for the last several years. However, the tradition of using information as a weapon goes back to the early Soviet times. Since then, the Kremlin has developed a broad tool-kit and different methods to develop and promote disinformation – and a significant part of it was used to destabilize and weaken the West. What new trends emerged after the start of the large-scale invasion of Ukraine? Watch Ukraine In Flames #134 to find out.
Andrej Poleščuk, Analyst, Kremlin Watch Program, European Values Center for Security Policy
Olaf Böhnke, Senior Advisor at the Alliance of Democracies Foundation
Anneli Ahonen, expert on disinformation
Maria Sahaydak, expert at the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security of Ukraine
UKRAINE IN FLAMES project is created by the Ukraine Crisis Media Center and NGO "Euroatlantic Course". We are aiming at searching a loud support for Ukraine in the war started by Russia on the 24th of February 2022.
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