Entries by DFC Team

DFC Study – Russia’s role in the Balkans: The Case of Montenegro

This study Russia’s Role in the Balkans: The Case of Montenegro aims to expose the Kremlin’s malign influence on Montenegro to Montenegrin and the broader public, exercised through the soft power implementation between Crimea annexation and July 2021. The goals, the methods, the collaborators, and the effects of the Russian soft power in Montenegro have […]

2021 DFC conference

The Digital Forensic Center is organizing a conference titled DFC 365 2021. The DFC 365 conference is a great opportunity to look back at the achievements and summarize the results of the DFC’s work and its impact in the fight against disinformation and negative foreign influence in Montenegro in the previous year. The latest DFC […]

Read the new DFC Magazine issue

We bring you the new DFC Magazine issue in the light of the newest developments that marked the Montenegrin social and political scene, particularly shaken by the anointment of the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Joanikije. Read in what way President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro Savo Kentera perceived the overall events surrounding […]

The police–media anointment

The anointment of the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) Joanikije (Micovic) in Cetinje on September 5, renewed the atavisms of mutual historical conflicts of the two opposing concepts and narratives – the Greens and the Whites, Partisans and Chetniks, sovereigntists and unitarists, thus deepening the ambiance of existential […]

Reaction to the video posted by Vijesti

The Digital Forensic Center responsibly claims that not a single Molotov cocktail was thrown at the police prior to the press release from Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic’s Office and its posting on the Vijesti news portal at 6:16 a.m. Based on the information we received from our people that were present at several locations in Cetinje, […]

There is no place for optimism

The Digital Forensic Center talks with journalist Tamara Skrozza about the media landscape in Serbia and tendentious and deceptive Serbia-based media reporting on the events in both Montenegro and the region. On this occasion, Skrozza says that the Serbian captured institutions have allowed the media outlets to do whatever they want, or rather, what they […]

DFC workshop: 21st century skills – media literacy and critical thinking

Developing media literacy is of key importance in the fight against disinformation and fake news, and the democratic development of our society, it was concluded at the DFC workshop 21st Century Skills – Media Literacy and Critical Thinking. Everyone agreed that a stronger contribution of state authorities, and the media community is needed to prevent […]

Read the new DFC Magazine issue

The following pages of the 34th DFC Magazine issue bring more about almost everything that for a month (or longer) shaped our daily and political reality and, therefore, our everyday life. Read about the follow-up on the DFC analysis on the attempt to merge Montenegro into the Serbian world and about the dismissals and appointments […]

Read the new DFC Magazine issue

The 33rd DFC Magazine issue brings an interview with Dr. Zlatko Vujovic, President of the Governing Board of the Center for Monitoring and Research (CeMI). Disrupted diplomatic relations between Montenegro and Serbia, parliamentary majority crisis, and further perspective of Montenegro were the topics discussed by Vujovic. The new Magazine issue analyzes the unhidden attacks coming […]