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Coronavirus on the world power propaganda’s service: Russia

Coronavirus on the world power propaganda’s service: Russia

The director of the Eurasia programme at the Warsaw Institute, an expert on Eastern affairs, former analyst and journalist Grzegorz Kuczyński, in the interview about Russian disinformation during the pandemic and its interpretation.

Geopolitics Unmasked: How COVID-19 became China’s Chernobyl

Geopolitics Unmasked: How COVID-19 became China’s Chernobyl

In an interview with The Warsaw Institute Review, Hanna Shen, a journalist and Polish media correspondent living in Taiwan, talks about the blatant neglect of the Chinese communist authorities, misinformation of the public opinion as well as the current situation in neighbouring Taiwan.

Disinformation Is Contagious

Disinformation Is Contagious

As disinformation comes before fear, worry and anxiety are on the rise, allowing conspiracy theories to proliferate.

Russia Hands Out Passports to Its Diaspora

Russia Hands Out Passports to Its Diaspora

As reported by the Kommersant newspaper, a project is being developed in Russia to abolish the requirement to renounce the citizenship of other countries before obtaining a Russian passport.

Putin Makes the Rules of the Game

Putin Makes the Rules of the Game

In the face of the growing problems in the country and the regime that is plunging into stagnation, Vladimir Putin has applied shock therapy. The

The Year 2020 to Be of Key Importance for the Three Seas Initiative

The Year 2020 to Be of Key Importance for the Three Seas Initiative

The upcoming months will be of key importance in many areas. The results of the next presidential election in the United States, which will determine whether Washington continues or radically changes its course both in domestic and foreign policy, will be extremely important not only for the future of Americans, but also for the entire world.

Bloody Fall in Iran

Bloody Fall in Iran

In mid-November, mass protests against a drastic increase in fuel prices broke out in Iran. Although the demonstrations were, for the most part, bloodily suppressed over a dozen or so days, the situation remains unstable.

The Bad Luck of Putin’s Spies

The Bad Luck of Putin’s Spies

In seven different European countries, Russian agents have made the headlines: exposed and discredited. The spies from the East are nothing like James Bond.

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