The Twilight of Russiagate Part 3: A Tale of Two Influence Campaigns

What is “Russian interference”?

“Fake news” is itself a propaganda term. Image: GDJ/Wikimedia Commons.

A major (domestic) influence campaign

Putting “fake news” and “Russian disinformation” on the agenda

Censorship as policy response

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Canadian writer on politics and social issues. Non-partisan.

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