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The Vanishing Act
Anna Ūdre explores how a Facebook post about an alleged plan to demolish a WWII memorial birthed a disinfo campaign to foment tension in Latvia.
Russian Influence in Romania
CEPA Fellow-in-Residence Corina Rebegea examines the Kremlin's influence toolbox utilized in Romania.
Moscow's Anti-NATO Deception
Moscow's disinformation seeks to popularize false images of the West in the West.
Propaganda attack from the sea?
In 2019, the Estonian Foreign Intelligence Agency's annual report identified Russian sailing ships as tools in the Kremlin's on-going propaganda campaigns. The annual Tallinn Maritime Days is one of the targets for this propaganda.
The Georgian conflict: was Tbilisi an exception?
Propastop examines the recent protests in Georgia over Russia's continuing interference, and how it could affect other countries in Europe.
The Wider Net
How does the Kremlin maintain its influence in the West?
Russia and China through eyes of NATO and EU intelligence agencies
Disinformation in the Online Sphere: The Case of BIH
Western Balkans at the Crossroads: Assessing Influences of Non-Western External Actors
Irregularity Analysis on Moldova Parliamentary Elections PART III
How can we silence trolls?
The Chinese Propaganda Machine: The Awakening Giant Turns to the West
Election Interference in the Digital Age – Building Resilience to Cyber-Enabled Threats in the EU
#EUelections2019: The EU Must Take Disinformation Seriously
Robot videos spread anti-Estonian propaganda in Youtube
Can you recognize the bias?
The war of winning hearts and minds in Venezuela
News word – Baltophobia
Eastern Focus - Elections and Malign Interference
Why Is Russia Meddling In Moldova’s 2019 Elections?
Influence of Russian Disinformation Operations – Specific examples in data and numbers
External Propaganda in the Republic of Moldova
Anti-western propaganda in Romania 2018
Unprepared and vulnerable: The resilience of the Slovak republic to foreign, foremost Kremlin-led disinformation campaigns
Kremlin Countermeasures 2018
Disinformation Resilience in Central and Eastern Europe
Czech Election in an Era of Disinformation - Czech Presidential Election 2018
Czech Election in an Era of Disinformation - Czech Senate Election 2018
Propaganda Made to Measure: How Our Vulnerabilities Facilitate Russian Influence
CEPA StratCom Analysis
Latvia voted to demolish a WWII memorial. Or did they?
The Kremlin is expanding its digital reach. But this time, Moscow’s aims are domestic.
In August, Latvian pop singer Laima Vaikule stated that she would never perform in Crimea, illegally annexed by Russia in 2014. After the comment, she faced widespread popular criticism in Russia and a special investigation by the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Pro-Kremlin media’s failed targeting of Latvia’s centennial celebrations underscores Baltic fortitude against Russian soft power.
Are Russia’s shady deeds in Finland a crime or security risk? Both scenarios require open discussion as well as better laws and regulations.
Pro-Kremlin media in Lithuania mocked Poland’s proposal for a permanent American military base, on its eastern territory, and argued that building it would provoke Russia.
On 6 October, Latvia’s parliamentary election day, popular social network Draugiem.lv was hacked, apparently by pro-Kremlin online forces.