Bypassing the indecision of their Western allies, Ukrainians continue to show the world how they improvise, adapt, and overcome obstacles
Sian Norris considers Martha Gellhorn’s classic 1966 examination of propaganda, Real War And War Of Words, and updates it for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
A Russian national backed by the Russian state has been indicted by the US Justice Department for funding and using members of American political groups as foreign agents of Russian Intelligence in nearly a decade of malign influence operations
Katie Dancey-Downs, assistant editor at Index on Censorship, reflects on a decision by the Ukrainian Parliament to ban music created by Russian citizens
The European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act will allow the creeping increased use of AI by law enforcement agencies to continue, reports Catherine Connolly
The Byline Times Team investigates claims that a Russian diplomat with links to the Conservative Party assisted a British pro-Putin propagandist
Chris York provides an insight into Ukrainian perceptions of the war, and how they believe it is being misrepresented abroad
Jasmin Mujanovic argues that Vladimir Putin’s imperial plan follows the genocidal path set out by Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, and will be accompanied by the same strategy of disinformation and denial
Zarina Zabrisky speaks to an engineer at the Ukrainian nuclear plant about the risks posed by Russia’s invasion and control of the facility
Tom Mutch has spent the first month of Russia’s war against Ukraine depicting the lives of ordinary people facing Vladimir Putin’s onslaught, and it is a portrait of both horror and hope
Canadian diplomat and politician Christopher Alexander argues that Putin is still fighting the wars of the 20th Century, and reversing his invasion of Ukraine could finally put those ghosts to rest
A US Army study commissioned by Trump’s Secretary of the Army warned that a Russian ‘information blitzkrieg’ which began in 2014 could go nuclear if Putin believed he was losing a conventional war
An undercover investigation by Byline Times reveals military personnel and veterans on far-right Telegram channels, and how the far-right in the Us and UK use military tropes to recruit and spread their message
Julian Petley looks back to the Soviet oppression of Czechoslovakia and the dissidence of the playwright Václav Havel for an understanding of the Post-Truth ideology of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson
Robert Waldeck with a comprehensive, compelling account of how the Ukraine crisis propelled Putin’s information war, the courtship of Donald Trump and the targeting of Joe Biden
James Wallbank explores how Systems Thinking can help the public to understand the methods of the Prime Minister and his chief advisor –and why they must not be mistaken for buffoons
Caroline Orr on how the Inspector General’s report is bad news for the US President and his fake narratives around his extensive Russian ties.
Violet Hargrave, aka Secret Gamer Girl, has watched white supremacism spread out from 4chan and other fringe sites to become a violent mainstream force. We presently have, for lack of a better term, a serious Nazi problem. White supremacists are openly marching in the streets and committing mass murder so frequently it’s nearly impossible to…
Byline Times has information that the prime minister’s backing by hedge funds invested in a hard Brexit is coming under scrutiny by the Cabinet Office.
Iggy Ostanin’s forensic work tracks early Russian hacking and interference in the climate change debate, which had an immediate effect on Donald Trump.