00.00 – Intro
01:21 – Key trends of Russian propaganda after the start of the war
05:27 – Russian disinformation on Telegram
10:55 – How intense information attacks are?
16:36 – Outro
While Russia is ceaselessly trying to destabilize democratic societies with disinformation in the West (see Ukraine In Flames #134), in Ukraine the importance of information influence has increased tenfold. Russia has established a vast network of proxy actors a long time ago, however, with the start of the large-scale invasion the context has changed. What are those changes? Which new narratives has Russian come up with? What tools does it use – given that its goals in Ukraine are very different from those in the West. Watch Ukraine In Flames #135 to find answers.
Olena Churanova, fact-checker at StopFake
Vitalii Rybak, Chief Analyst at Internews Ukraine
Alyona Romaniuk, founder of “On the other side of news” fact-checking initiative
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