Publications

2 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Fate of Minsk agreements, frozen Russian accounts, inefficiency of Zircon missiles

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.      

2 weeks ago

3M22 Zircon: what is known about missile that Russia could have launched at Kyiv

Officially, this missile has never been used in combat, but there is a possibility that Ukrainian air defence forces shot it down

2 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: U.S. assistance, Ukrainian grain in Poland, Orbán's "buffer" arguments

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.  

2 weeks ago

Russian fake: ‘Bot farm’ being created in Ukraine to attack Carlson's interview with Putin

Propagandists fabricated job search platforms’ advertisements

2 weeks ago

Comprehensive recovery: how an entire neighbourhood unit in Irpin is being rebuilt

The repair of homes not only restores physical structures but also plays a crucial role in people’s psychological recovery and in rebuilding the very fabric of communities torn apart by war, says Filippo Grandi.

2 weeks ago

Two hours of lies and delusions: Putin’s “sensational” interview with Tucker Carlson

On the night of February 9, Tucker Carlson released a two-hour interview with Vladimir Putin. The scandalous ex-Fox News host promised thorny questions to the dictator, which he claimed was his goal when he decided to fly to Moscow.

2 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Renewing military leadership, U.S. Senate vote, prisoner exchange, Putin's interview

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.    

2 weeks ago

Anti-Semitic card of Russian propaganda

The Putin regime does not shy away from using the dirtiest methods to maintain power, discredit its enemies, and provoke destabilization in other countries. The Kremlin may consider the marked card of anti-Semitism to be one of its trump cards because it has allowed it to solve these problems for decades, to say the least.

2 weeks ago

Ukrainians in Russia: When, how and why did largest Ukrainian diaspora disappear from view?

Or what one Zelensky decree means for the life of the Ukrainian diaspora in Russia

2 weeks ago

Russian propaganda fakes Human Rights Watch video

Russian fake: SBU using sex workers to mobilize Ukrainians to the front

2 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: American assistance to Ukraine, visit of Josep Borrell, anti-mobilization protests

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.  

2 weeks ago

In Kupiansk and Avdiivka, situation is consistently difficult, but not fatal

Experts argue that a window of opportunity will open for the Armed Forces of Ukraine in March. Only the West's help is needed

2 weeks ago

Missile attack on Kyiv: Destruction, victims and lives saved

On the morning of February 7, Russian forces launched another massive air attack on Ukraine, including a missile strike on Kyiv.

2 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Drone revolution, sanctions against Russian oil, recognition of Japan’s territorial integrity

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.  

2 weeks ago

Russian fake: Bank cards blocked in Ukraine for failure to appear at military recruitment center

Propagandists faked a screenshot in an attempt to discredit the Ukrainian authorities

3 weeks ago

Reforming BES: vision of government, MPs and experts

According to the terms of the Memorandum with the IMF, the reboot of the Bureau of Economic Security of Ukraine should begin no later than the end of June

3 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: U.S. support for Ukraine, supplies of artillery rounds from EU, Ukraine’s lawsuit in UN court

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.  

3 weeks ago

Russian fake: Singer Moby called for mobilization of Ukrainians all over the world

Propagandists faked post on Instagram page of well-known American musician

3 weeks ago

Putin is going to visit Erdogan: what they might talk about

Experts do not rule out that Ukraine will also be on the agenda of this meeting.

3 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Elections in United States

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.   

3 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Voting for financial support of Ukraine in EU, energy independence, destruction of enemy ship

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.   

3 weeks ago

Political crisis in US: how will it affect Ukraine and world?

Experts cautiously predict that Republicans and Democrats will soon find a compromise. And if not, what are the challenges facing the world?

3 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: POW swap, ICJ ruling, EU summit decision

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.   

3 weeks ago

Russian "Enigma" of the XXI сentury: Telegram’s сonnection to the Kremlin

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Telegram has gained a significant impact on the Ukrainian audience. Nearly a million users downloaded the app in the month after February 24, 2022. Today, 88% of Ukrainians use this messenger. Nowadays, Telegram for us is the source of news, warnings about missiles flying close to one’s location, fundraising by volunteers, and access to uncensored information from the battlefield in each phone.

3 weeks ago

Regular explosions in Russian rear: how does this affect course of war?

The number of attacks on the aggressor's territory has increased, and they have become more accurate and of higher quality. The initiative has passed into our hands. Experts' conclusions and forecasts are encouraging

3 weeks ago

Industrial visa-free regime with EU: benefits and challenges for Ukraine

Ukraine expects to conclude an agreement on mutual recognition of product conformity certificates with Europe this year

3 weeks ago

Spam, ads, fake news. Russian propaganda targeting Ukrainians on social media

The Kremlin uses all available tools, including social media, to spread propaganda and disinformation. Any platform created for communication, information exchange, or entertainment is turned into a weapon against users by the special services of Russia.

3 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Destiny of Ukrainian war prisoners, war on Russian territory, NATO preparation measures

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.   

4 weeks ago

Fake from Senegal: Ukraine secretly bought 'weapons-grade uranium' from Niger

Russian propaganda uses African Internet resources for disinformation

4 weeks ago

Explaining complex things in simple words: Rumors about Zaluzhnyi's resignation, change in Hungary'sposition, fate of frozen Russian assets

The Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security pursues efforts to provide a brief explanation to foreign audiences on the current topics of particular interest as regards Ukraine.   

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