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.
Between 10-15 May we have 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.
We launched monitoring of Russian state media sources to detect their main war & propaganda narratives, as well as the coverage by independent international media to evaluate how these outlets cover the Russian war in Ukraine and anti-war/peace protests.
A group of over 25 media support organizations is launching the Eastern European Independent Journalist Fund to pay for stories produced by Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Russian journalists who are reporting the truth on the war despite the enormous risks.
As the world faces its worse pandemic in over a century, there is little doubt where the virus originated and how it spread to the rest of the world. Nevertheless, it has become the subject of a massive propaganda and disinformation campaign,...
Information Peace, a group of Russian media analysts led by Luydmila Savchuk, in cooperation with the Slovak-based media monitoring organization MEMO 98, systematically monitored the media coverage of the 18 March presidential election in Russia. The...
Bratislava, 13 April 2017 – Monitoring shows that Russian channels continue to manipulate public opinion
The news programs of First Channel, Russia 1 and NTV offered very similar editorial content, both in terms of selection of political actors...
Bratislava, 10 January 2017 - Russian channels continue to deceive their viewers, according to a monitoring report.
The state-controlled channels - First Channel and Russia 1 - as well as NTV, controlled by the state-owned company Gazprom Media Holding,...