What’s happening on the digital front in Ukraine’s war with Russia? The latest research on Russian-speaking Balts joining the fight

President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda is propelling the Ukraine war through Russian media, while continuing to intensify tensions with the West. Moreover, Putin’s propaganda expands beyond Ukraine into other parts of Europe, including the Baltic region.

​President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda is propelling the Ukraine war through Russian media.<br>123rf. associative photo.
​President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda is propelling the Ukraine war through Russian media.<br>123rf. associative photo.
Propaganda message: „Vilnius will not have enough electricity to cover the needs of the entire country“.
Propaganda message: „Vilnius will not have enough electricity to cover the needs of the entire country“.
Propaganda message: „More than half of Lithuanians support Russia's special operation in Ukraine“.
Propaganda message: „More than half of Lithuanians support Russia's special operation in Ukraine“.
Propaganda message: „Germans ask Zelensky to capitulate to Moscow“.
Propaganda message: „Germans ask Zelensky to capitulate to Moscow“.
Propaganda message: „The main goals of the special operation: the protection of the DPR and LPR, the operation is not directed against the inhabitants of Ukraine“.
Propaganda message: „The main goals of the special operation: the protection of the DPR and LPR, the operation is not directed against the inhabitants of Ukraine“.
Propaganda message: „Ukrainians are targeting civilians and commit other war crimes“.
Propaganda message: „Ukrainians are targeting civilians and commit other war crimes“.
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Sep 14, 2022, 3:51 PM

Using a media monitoring tool, „NewsWhip“ Civil Resistance Initiative (CRI) team was able to investigate what are the most prevalent propaganda narratives in the Baltic region’s news outlets in the Russian language.

In the latest CRI research, the team investigated different articles and their content to see which propaganda narratives dominated the Russian-speaking public space in the Baltic region.

For the research, the team used „NewsWhip“, a media monitoring platform that tracks content by amount and location of user engagement and tracks audience interests and changes over time.

Here are some of the most prevalent propaganda narratives that are active in the Baltic states throughout the war in Ukraine. Please click on the link for more information on the study presented in the article.

 

 

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