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Putin’s PR Conference — From World War III to the Skripal...

On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin held his annual PR centerpiece, a lengthy Q&A session on domestic and international topics. I spoke with Ireland's RTE...

Fall of a Journalist: John Pilger and the Russia-Syria Disinformation Activists

Brian Whitaker writes on his al-Bab site: In a recent post on Twitter, British MP Chris Williamson urged anyone interested in "proper journalism" to watch...

Fog of Trolls: Pro-Assad Misinformation Over Douma Chemical Attacks

“When you go after the White Helmets, doctors or citizen journalists, it is an attempt to rule out any sources that are incompatible with...

Podcast: Confirmed — Novichok Nerve Agent Was Used Against Skripals

I spoke with BBC Radio Foyle on Thursday afternoon, just after the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons confirmed the UK's finding that a...

Podcast: Russia and the Nerve Agent Attack — Yulia Skripal is...

On Tuesday, Yulia Skripal --- attacked along with her father, former Sergey Skripal, by a Novichuk-class nerve agent on March 4 in Salisbury in...

Russia and the Nerve Agent Attack: The Weight of Evidence

Why there is substance to UK's "highly likely" assessment of Russia's involvement in attempted assassination in Salisbury in southern England Shashank Joshi writes for The...

Podcasts: Nerve Agent Attack — How Russian Propaganda Exploited a UK...

UPDATE, APRIL 5: In an emergency meeting of the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on Wednesday, called by Russia, Moscow's motion that it...

TrumpWatch, Day 435: Trump Holding Out Against Tougher Policy v. Russia

US agencies looking to next steps after expulsion of Russian diplomats and intelligence officers Developments on Day 435 of the Trump Administration: Trump's Silence on Moscow...

The Anti-Western Front: How Russians Are Starved of Alternative Viewpoints

“'Truths' are invented. Everything can be turned into anything else, like in some postmodernist carnival." Natasha Rulyova of the University of Birmingham writes for The...

Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Refusal to Criticize Russia Matters

In politics you can learn a lot about someone’s basic orientation by asking: to whom do they habitually extend the assumption of good or...

Podcasts: Russia “Culpable” — What are UK’s Next Steps Over Nerve...

Since Wednesday afternoon, I have spoken with 10 BBC outlets and Dublin NewsTalk's Pat Kenny Show about the UK response after Prime Minister Theresa...

Podcast: UK Points to Russia’s “Unlawful Use of Force” Over Nerve...

On Monday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May set out details of the March 4 assassination attempt, using the nerve agent Novichok, on the former...