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Figure of the Week: 10 Million

More than 10 million Ukrainians have fled their country because of Kyiv’s pro-NATO course and the imposition of… Read more

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Is 1,500 Kilometres Close or Far?

All is relative – especially in disinformation. This week leading Russian media outlets reported that “NATO detonated toxic torpedoes… Read more

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This Week on Russian State TV: Parallels Between Venezuela and France

Could Russia recognize Marine Le Pen as president of France? According to different pro-Kremlin TV programs it… Read more

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Figure of the Week: 2020

The United States’ Intelligence chief has warned that Russia is likely to target the 2020 presidential elections… Read more

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Figure of the Week: 6

Over the past 25 years, Western powers have made six unsuccessful attempts to stage a “colour revolution”… Read more

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Manipulation and Disinformation In Social Media: The Case Of Estonia And #ESTexitEU

On 12th of December last year, a man protesting against the UN Global compact for migration was… Read more

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How Come a Russian Military Pundit is Obsessed with the President of Lithuania?

Igor Korotchenko is a vocal advocate for the Russian Military Industry. He is the editor-in-chief of a major defence… Read more

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Conspiracy Special: Tracking New Falsehoods Around the Salisbury Attack

This week, the pro-Kremlin media stated that the British government was behind the Skripal case, the West… Read more

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Figure of the Week: 364

On January 17 Facebook announced that 364 pages and accounts will be closed, due to “engaging in coordinated… Read more


EU vs Disinformation is part of a campaign to better forecast, address, and respond to pro-Kremlin disinformation. The campaign is run by the European External Action Service East Stratcom Task Force. The team was set up in March 2015 after the heads of state and governments of the European Union (EU) stressed the need to challenge Russia’s ongoing disinformation campaigns. The task force is made up of fourteen full-time staff, recruited from the EU institutions or seconded by EU Member States. Team members have a variety of professional communications backgrounds and speak several languages, including Russian. The team’s main product to raise awareness of disinformation is the weekly Disinformation Review. This contains a compilation of reports received from members of the myth-busting network. Since 2015, EU vs Disinformation has worked with partners to identify and debunk over 3,500 disinformation cases (figure from November 2017). The site is the only publicly accessible, international database of disinformation cases. It is supported and promoted by the EUvsDisinfo Facebook page and Twitter account. EU vs Disinformation supplements their database with a large number of in-house analytical articles about various aspects of disinformation. It also collates and recommends many reports, studies, and articles by other authors on the subject. Apart from this publicly available output, EU vs Disinformation also briefs and trains EU institutions, member state governments, journalists, and researchers, and participates regularly in conferences to share their experiences. It is regularly quoted and used by politicians, governments, state agencies, researchers, think tanks, and journalists across Europe and beyond. For inquiries, please contact