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Strength and weakness of Russian propaganda

Pavel Neznanov

In recent years, Russian propaganda has been particularly aggressive, and the growth of that aggression was directly proportional to the aggressive component in the Kremlin’s foreign policy. At the same time, not only Russians but also residents of many other countries, both “near” and “far” abroad, became the objects of “information wars.” Recently, there have been trends that, on the one hand, testify to the strengthening of the offensive component of Russian propaganda in Western countries. On the other hand, the shift in emphasis in the Kremlin’s information policy opens up additional opportunities to debunk Russian propaganda myths.

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