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“When you end up in an extreme situation, you can’t think properly. In a virtual situation, you realize how you would feel and you can imagine the kind of decisions you will make. It works with your emotions.”
“It is essential — for us all — that the protections afforded to journalists under international law are scrupulously upheld, and those responsible for their deaths are caught and face the consequences.”
A study of New York Times headlines about wars in Yemen and Ukraine reveals a bias in recording civilian harm.
Most of the publishers surveyed now view “external migrants” — Ukrainians who’ve left the country — as their target audience.
Founder Ilia Krasilshchik doesn’t know the average age or gender or location of the people seeking help through Helpdesk’s chat — he just knows many are terrified.
“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.