Ruslan Minich, analyst at Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld, prepared an analysis of the news reveals who Ukrainian oligarchs are promoting on their TV channels in the run-up to the 2019 elections.
Information spreads via the Internet not only by means of big online media and social networks. There is a huge ramified ecosystem of “junk websites”. “News” shared by such “media” is often of very low quality or even complete fake. Still, it reaches millions of visitors per month.
Every day, we get hundreds of messages. Not all of them are true. Therefore, we should know the main signs of manipulation. UkraineWorld prepared a video to explain how to recognise manipulations in media.
Information spreads via the Internet not only by means of big online media and social networks. There is a huge ramified ecosystem of “junk websites”.
This paper is based upon Ukraine’s experience of facing Russian information warfare, placed into a global context.
Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (Ukraine World, Internews Ukraine) welcomes to the studio Kateryna Kruk, Ukrainian political scientist and communications expert, fellow at StopFake and the European Values Think Tank.
“Europe without barriers” prepared a paper, which analyses political context of visa suspension mechanism, including public claims of EU officials and European media publications on functioning of visa-free regime with Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.
UkraineWorld prepared a video to explain how social media are changing politics.
Although Ukraine has become a focus of international attention in recent years, it remains terra incognita for many audiences.
UkraineWorld expert spoke with Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who was the President of Estonia from 2006 through 2016, about chips, deep fakes, Russian bots, Mogherini, and other topics in digital security.