In the months since President Putin of Russia called the invasion of Ukraine a “denazification” mission, the lie that the government and culture of Ukraine are filled with dangerous “Nazis” has become a central theme of Kremlin propaganda. Data from Semantic Visions illustrates this trend.
With international tensions high over the Kremlin’s massing of troops toward its border with Ukraine, there’s an important difference from the way Russian media treated a similar build-up last year: Moscow’s main focus now is NATO, rather than Kyiv.
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A pro-Kremlin disinformation campaign about the GRU terror attack in Vrbětice is rapidly emerging in the Czech information environment, according to a diagnostic analysis by Semantic Visions.