Fear of Kremlin influence was one of the driving forces of political campaigns ahead of Latvian elections,… Read more
During Latvia’s parliamentary election day on October 6, the sound of the Russian national anthem and images of the… Read more
Russian state-owned media outlets in Latvia showed a clear preference in visual representation towards so-called “Russian” parties… Read more
Several influential channels on Facebook pivoted from their primary topics — engaging memes, selling water and providing an informal… Read more
In January, Kremlin-owned media outlet Sputnik’s branches in the Baltic states began posting videos produced by a social media… Read more
NATO exercises close to Russian borders sparked hostile responses on Kremlin-owned media outlets. Saber Strike was a… Read more
On July 15, the website Redzams, which translated from Latvian means “Visible”, reported the alleged collapse of the “Alffa”… Read more
Nika Aleksejeva is a digital researcher covering the information space in the Baltic states, Russia, and the region. Previously, she worked as a journalist for local media outlets in Latvia. Before joining the DFRLab Nika was with Infogram, a popular data visualization startup. Her formal education in communication science and political science combined with practical knowledge about the information technologies and data analysis helps her to provide deeper insights into relevant affairs in the digital engagement spaces.