: Putin's propaganda machine and ways to counter it
Opinion16:29 Mar. 30, 2016

Putin's propaganda machine and ways to counter it

Levada Centre sociologist shares his take on why Russian audience are more susceptible to propaganda

Stopfake.org launched two years ago in March of 2014. The team behind it had one goal in mind - disprove false information about events in Ukraine covered in the media.

This year stopfake.org marked its second anniversary with a conference focusing on Kremlin's Propaganda and Counter Efforts to it.

Watch also Counter efforts to Russia's propaganda in the E.U.

Denis Volkov, a sociologist with the Levada Centre which is a Russian independent, non-governmental polling and sociological research organisation comments on why Russians are susceptible to propaganda.

Watch also Russian influence on German media

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