As discussed in the first part of this essay, Fake News is a broad and politically loaded term to describe the spreading of lies for a wide variety of purposes or even by mistake. How, then, does propaganda fit into today’s Fake News landscape?
Here is the full story of how fake news gets made — the motives and means of its commissioning and production
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The upcoming presidential elections are a formality. The West should already be thinking about how to respond to at least another six years of Putinism.
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