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“Ukraine’s successful strategy in the battle over information demonstrates the connection between armed conflict and information warfare.”
Poland, which has taken in more Ukrainian refugees than any other country, is launching news products for them.
“With the rise of Telegram, graphic imagery has proliferated in the world of open-source intelligence. Does it serve a purpose?”
Increasingly isolated, creators are moving to Russian platform alternatives like VK, Yandex Zen, and RuTube.
Many Russians, in light of the Kremlin’s crackdown of independent media, are also turning to the messaging app for information.
A few recent examples of journalistic defiance show that the Kremlin can’t guarantee full control over Russian journalists during the war.
New war narratives don’t differentiate between fighting and caring as actions of war.
“I want to swing above our weight class. I want us to be able to cover and do more than we should be able to do.”
“The everyday experiences of civilians on the ground in this war remain elusive in these maps.”
Plus: Blocked by the Kremlin, the largest remaining independent news site in Russia is turning to an international audience for help.