: Counter efforts to Russia's propaganda in the E.U.
Opinion14:54 Mar. 30, 2016
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Counter efforts to Russia's propaganda in the E.U.

Marcel van Herpen, a Dutch security analyst provides insight on Putin's reach in the European media

In March of 2014 fact-checking website Stopfake.org was launched in Kyiv.

Since then, the project has debunked thousands of myths generated by the Russian propaganda machine. 

Read also Russian journalist quits and apologises for taking part in 'propaganda madness'

This year's conference featured analysts from around the globe discussing international efforts on countering Moscow's propaganda.

Marcel van Herpen, author of several books on Putin as well as a security analyst from the Netherlands offered his suggestions on how Ukrainians can respond to the Kremlin's information war.

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