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Ukraine – and the Kremlin’s special media operation that has Russian journalists under control.


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Andrei Soldatov – Editor-In-Chief,, investigative journalist

Mariia Zolkina – Head of Regional Security and Conflict Studies, Democratic Initiatives Foundation

Ekaterina Kotrikadze – News director, Dozhd TV

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