#disinfomonitor

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Discrediting independence, trying to cause disenchantment of the US, Crimean platform. Disinformation monitor #93

Criticizing any action in preparation of Independence DayTrying to show that Ukrainians are poorer than during Soviet timesThreatening with “the Afghan lesson” for UkraineZelensky’s either weak or a dictator, or bothCrimean platform “irrelevant”Learn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: August 16 — 22, 2021
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Anticipating an “energy crisis”, Lukashenko’s threats, and Kharkiv raiders. Disinformation monitor #92

Accusing Zelensky of wishing to “rule forever”Anticipating an energy crisis in UkraineDisseminating Lukashenko’s fictionsCriticizing policies supporting Ukrainian languageWriting that Zelensky “purges the street” from nationalistsLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: August 9 — 15, 2021
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Russia issues its passports in the occupied territories, Zelensky dismisses law enforcers. Disinformation monitor #90

Events used to spread disinformation:Rising utility tariffsRussia threatening with invasion and issuing its passports in the occupied territoriesZelensky threatened with a military coupRussia pressuring Turkey to stop its cooperation with UkraineUS President failing to visit the Crimean platform meetingLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: July 26 — August 1, 2021
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Utility tariffs, impacts of Nord Stream, Russian verbal attacks on Ukraine. Disinformation monitor #89

Writing about “rocket-high” tariff raisesMocking Ukraine’s attempts to oppose Nord Stream 2Writing that Ukraine will be “forced to be peaceful”Still discussing Putin’s article and openly calling to attach Ukraine to “The Big Russia”Using Russia’s complaint to the ECHR to reiterate main propagandist thesesLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: July 19 — 25, 2021
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“Ukrainians are Russians” and external governance of Ukraine, now also from China. Disinformation monitor #87

Pumping up the language conflict and writing the “Ukrainians are Russians”Negiotiations with China were turned into nostalgia over the USSRDemonizing Ukrainian nationalistsAccusing Ukraine of unwillingness to settle peace in the DonbasLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: July 5 — 11, 2021
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The Delta threat, pondering Zelensky impeachment, new utility tariffs. Disinformation monitor #86

New coronavirus threatsSpeculating on Zelensky impeachmentForeseeing Ukraine’s “agrodegradation”Accusing the British of "provocations" in the Black SeaSSU’s changing sanctions against Russian entertainersLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: June 28 — July 4, 2021
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The expedition of HMS Defender, rumors of Avakov’s resignation, Zelensky’s “Wall 2”. Disinformation monitor #85

Spreading rumors of Avakov’s resignation and early presidential electionFury over the passing of a British HMS near the CrimeaDescribing the “impoverishment” of UkraineOutrage over the restrictions on Russian pop stars entering UkraineDefending the Russian narrative of World War IILearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: June 21—27, 2021
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Self-proclaimed victory in Geneva, objections against Ukraine in NATO, accusations of militarism. Disinformation monitor #84

Manipulations around the meeting of Russian and American presidentsReflections on why Ukraine does not need NATO and/or why it will not be admittedAttempts to explain the weird behavior of the leader of the occupationists in the CrimeaNew imaginary "oppressions" of Russian-speakers in UkraineAttempts to present Ukraine as an aggressorLearn how different topics raised by Russian disinformation have evolved over time with our interactive visualizationPeriod: June 14—20, 2021

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