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February 2016

29 February 2016

Russia's Social Media vs. the Kremlin's Domestic Information War

The West has only recently started to understand how deeply public opinion in the Russian Federation has become infected with rabidly anti-Western conspiratorial and Manichean worldviews.

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20 February 2016

German government accuses Russian media of biased reporting

The German government on Friday accused Russia media of "biased reporting" on events such as the Ukraine crisis, reports on Russia's neighboring states and an alleged rape case involving a German-Russian girl.

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19 February 2016

Russian Journalist Union Decries Possible Ukrainian Sanctions Against Media

Sanctions against 38 Russian media outlets proposed by Ukraine’s National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting harm bilateral relations, the chair of the Russian Union of Journalists (RUJ) said Thursday.

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18 February 2016

Get shirty: Russian footballer outrages Turkish fans and media with Putin tee

Russian footballer Dmitri Tarasov’s t-shirt tribute to President Vladimir Putin at the end of a Europa League match against Turkey’s Fenerbahce has generated a backlash online.

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17 February 2016

How BuzzFeed's Jonah Peretti Is Building A 100-Year Media Company

Ask BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti about his influences, and his answer sounds like, well, a BuzzFeed post—one titled "The Three Historical References That Explain BuzzFeed Will Make You Say WTF."

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15 February 2016

Why Western Media Presents Russia's Strikes in Syria as US-Led Coalition's

By claiming Russian anti-Daesh operations in Syria as their own, Western governments not only try desperately to hide from their own citizens the fact that the US-led anti-terrorist operation isn’t doing anything to fight Daesh, but also want the jihadists to serve the interests of Western political elites, British journalist Neil Clark argued.

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12 February 2016

Russian media magnate Evgeny Lebedev is considering closing the Independent and Independent on Sunday

Evgeny Lebedev bought the Independent for £1 in 2010. Now, he’s considering closing the Independent and Independent on Sunday which will lead to hundreds of job losses.

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11 February 2016

‘Hybrid Warfare’: Anti-Russia propaganda finds a new buzzword

When western media makes up stories about Russia, it's no big deal. When Russian media get things wrong, it's "hybrid war."

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10 February 2016

How censorship works in Vladimir Putin’s Russia

Russia can be a murderously difficult place to do independent journalism; the killing of reporter and activist Anna Politkovskaya in 2006 ought to have made that manifestly clear.

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09 February 2016

Russian media breaks Putin family taboo

Russian President Vladimir Putin likes to cultivate the image of a tough national leader and macho man. It is an image that has left little room for Mr Putin the family man. In fact, reporting on his family has been virtually taboo in Russia, Stephen Ennis wrote for BBC Monitoring.

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