Over the past years and even decades, Ukraine has been at the forefront of counteracting Russian information warfare.
Fake news or ‘alternative facts’ have become a key ingredient of Western political discourse.
It is necessary to provide a certain balance between the protection of the state information space (taking into account the Russian aggression) and the provision of specific needs of ethnonational minorities to receive information in their own languages.
National TV channels increasingly use social networks as a source for news
NGO Internews Ukraine conducted the expert survey titled “Internet Freedom in Time of Military Conflict.” The study aimed to find out potential risks regarding free users’ access to the net and to figure out if the military conflict on Donbass affects journalists and bloggers in Ukraine.
How did major Ukrainian TV channels comply with professional standards while covering political events in Ukraine, and how is Ukrainian politics presented in their news? The monitoring of political news conducted by the Academy of Ukrainian Press in the first quarter of 2017 addresses these and other questions.
Monitoring of all-Ukrainian printed and online media in Q1 2017.
The official ban on access to a number of popular Russian Internet resources and services in Ukraine caused a major stir in Ukrainian society and the expert environment, which notably differentiates this situation on the backdrop of previous stage of sanctions, which were imposed on Russian companies in the past.
What are the technologies and strategies Russia, China and the right-wing populists use to make and spread propaganda?
The monitoring of the media of six Eastern Partnership countries and Russia.