Entries by DFC Team

Disinfo Brief #7

Disinfo Brief is a new DFC publication that provides a monthly overview of the key disinformation, narratives, and propaganda developments that the DFC team researched and debunked to raise awareness of the issue and its extent. You can read the sixth issue via THIS LINK or by clicking on the photo below.

Disinfo Brief #6

Disinfo Brief is a new DFC publication that provides a monthly overview of the key disinformation, narratives, and propaganda developments that the DFC team researched and debunked to raise awareness of the issue and its extent. You can read the sixth issue via THIS LINK or by clicking on the photo below.

DFC Study – Shadows of Ukraine over Montenegro

The current global crisis after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the importance of Montenegro’s NATO membership but has shed additional light on internal weaknesses that reflect political, national, and social fragmentation and the continued influx of foreign malign influence. There is no doubt that the war in Ukraine has deepened the polarization in Montenegrin […]

Civilians are targets of Russian attacks, after all

Unlike the European Union and social networks, which are trying to mitigate the effects of Russian propaganda, it is flourishing in Montenegro. Through certain portals, TV stations, networks such as Telegram, information, precisely and consistently harmonized with Moscow’s views, is being spread. This morning, another disinformation was published on the IN4S portal, stating that the […]

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The Serbian world is defending Russkiy mir

As Russian bombs and cruise missiles rocked cities across Ukraine early Thursday morning, another front, that has been prepared for a long time, opened. The Internet itself quickly became a battlefield, with propaganda and disinformation that, as a smokescreen, served to blur the boundaries of reality. A series of suspicious videos and claims, which were […]

Facebook army in the service of parties

Online space has become a key platform for political confrontation in Montenegro. Social networks especially enable political parties and activists to reach a large number of people in a short period of time. In addition to this facilitation, social networks, due to weak regulation, enable technical coordination. Technical coordination refers to the use of specific […]

Novak Djokovic – more than a game!

Novak Djokovic is officially No. 1 seed of the Australian Open, but whether it remains so will be known in the following days and no later than January 17th, when the tournament starts. Meanwhile, the Australian court ruled in favor of Novak Djokovic on the 10th of January –annulling the decision about canceling visa as […]

Disinfo Brief #3

Disinfo Brief is a new DFC publication that provides a monthly overview of the key disinformation, narratives, and propaganda developments that the DFC team researched and debunked to raise awareness of the issue and its extent. After 36 issues and numerous most pressing topics addressed in DFC magazine, we decided to step outside the journalism […]

Local elections of a local character

Local elections in Montenegro, held in three municipalities – Cetinje, Mojkovac, and Petnjica on December 5, 2021, were organized during the political and institutional crisis in the country. Disagreements between the greatest part of the parliamentary majority (the Democratic Front and the Socialist People’s Party) and the Government continued, and all attempts to reconstruct it […]