A confusing media landscape leaves citizens desperately searching for credible information.
Open source intelligence (OSINT) can provide facts – but impatient, angry audiences often prefer opinions.
The task of journalism is not to have the answers, but rather to be an honest witness.
Kremlin narratives have co-opted history and propagated a distorted memory of the Soviet past.
Chisinau puts focus on security amid ongoing attempts at destabilisation.
It’s now clear that Moscow never intended to support self-determination.
With little oversight, toxic disinformation and threats thrive on the encrypted platform.
Pro-Kremlin narratives rule the information space in an autonomous region with deeply rooted ties to Moscow.
Attacks are tracked to pro-Kremlin forces as tools to put pressure on Chisinau in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
While some Ukrainians flee shelling and occupation, those living beyond Russian lines do not believe civilians are being targeted.