The fight against Russian propaganda and disinformation in Ukraine has become more systematic due to the launch of special governmental agencies—the Center for Strategic Communications under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy and the Center for Combating Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council, says deputy head of the fact-checking project VoxCheck Svitlana Slipchenko.
Since 2014, the issue of Crimea remains one of the key issues both on the global geopolitical level and in Ukraine’s domestic policy. Russia's attempt to annex the peninsula has knocked the modern international politics and the balance of power in the Black Sea region off its axis.
Information warfare in the Internet. Exposing and countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in the CEE countries
Teaching children to distinguish fake news from the real ones as early as at primary school; naming &…
The EU Delegation to Ukraine, teaming up with the NATO Representation to Ukraine, organizes a multi-lateral EU-NATO-Ukraine webinar:…
We invite you to join our public discussions on building Ukraine’s national resilience and current trends in international…
More than 2630 Russian servicemen from 101 units of the Russian army and other law enforcement and security of Russia, as well as 50 types of Russian weapons and equipment, which could not have been captured in combat, and were secretly brought to Donbas.