In this issue (1-14 August), we focus on the restoration of grain exports, a widely criticized Amnesty International report, threats to the biggest Ukrainian power plant and an ongoing repression of Russian citizens protesting the war.
In this week's issue (18-24 July), we focus on the Kremlin's efforts to get out of its international isolation (visits by Putin and Lavrov to Iran and Egypt), the grain deal, the Russian attack on Odesa, and Russia's gas supplies to EU.
A unique insight into two different worlds between 11-17 July – of Russian state media and how they interpret the ongoing “special military operation” and the world of facts as reported by independent media
Between 27 June and 10 July, we monitored Russian state media to detect their main war & propaganda narratives, as well as the independent international media to assess their coverage of the Russian war in Ukraine and anti-war/peace protests.
The guide focuses on how the internet, social media, and AI impact electoral integrity and offers an overview of international commitments related to the rights to freedom of expression, access to information, political participation, and privacy.