Through a variety of information channels, Beijing is framing the conflict on Putin’s terms, promoting pro-Kremlin narratives.
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Belarus recently designated some journalists extremists and arrested journalist Aleh Hruzdzilovich, ex-reporter for Radio Svaboda.
The war on Ukraine is an eyeopener. Putin’s regime is propped up by oligarchs. The war is an opportunity for tough sanctions on them.
Roslyn Fuller, a leading expert in the study of the Athenian political system, speaks with me about her work and the direct democracy of ancient Athens.
The UNs’ top official in conflict-scarred Libya has offered to mediate between political rivals in a renewed push for long-delayed elections,
Donetsk and Luhansk are the latest in a number of “fake states” in the former USSR. Putin has a rolodex full of them because he made them.
Throughout Europe, Putin’s influence machine has worked hard to undermine women’s and LGBTIQ rights – sowing disinformation.
Hackers have decided to wage war on Russia, ensuring Russians see photos of Vladimir Putin’s horrific campaign against Ukraine.