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RT reading list

From “Boycott Russia Today

Updated “RT reading list” now in our BRT Notes section, with a dozen 2017 citations having been added:

Ahmad, Muhammad Idrees (2017) For Russian TV, Syria isn’t just a foreign country — it’s a parallel universe

Baran, Tara Katrusiak (2017) Want To See Fake News? Check Out ‘Russia Today’

Bodner, Matthew, Matthew Kupfer and Bradley Jardine (2017) Welcome to The Machine: Inside the Secretive World of RT

Bullough, Oliver (2013) Inside Russia Today: counterweight to the mainstream media, or Putin’s mouthpiece?

Economist, The (2017) RT’s propaganda is far less influential than Westerners fear

Erickson, Amanda (2017) If Russia Today is Moscow’s propaganda arm, it’s not very good at its job

Erlanger, Steven (2017) Russia’s RT Network: Is It More BBC or K.G.B.?

Feinberg, Andrew (2017) My Life at a Russian Propaganda Network

Fisher, Max (2013) In case you weren’t clear on Russia Today’s relationship to Moscow, Putin clears it up

Fitzpatrick, Catherine (2010) More Moral Equivalency from Vadim Nikitin

Goldman, Russell (2017) Russia’s RT: The Network Implicated in U.S. Election Meddling

Gray, Rosie (2014) How The Truth Is Made At Russia Today

Holland, Adam (2015) Russia Today Has an Illuminati Correspondent. Really.

Hooper, Cynthia (2017) Inside Russia’s Alternate Media Reality

Ioffe, Julia (2010) What Is Russia Today?

Kincaid, Cliff (2011) Russian Propagandists Exploit Wall Street Protests

Kirchick, James (2014) Inside the Bizarro World of ‘Russia Today’

Kovpak, Jim (2016) Margaaariiita!

Levine, Jon (2017) RT Is Literally Russian Propaganda — Why Does Anybody Take it Seriously?

Michel, Casey (2015) Putin’s Magnificent Messaging Machine

Miller, James (2014) Throwing a Wrench In Russia’s Propaganda Machine

Nimmo, Ben (2017) Blowing The Whistle On Sputnik

Nimmo, Ben (2016) Sputnik: Propaganda in Orbit:

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (2017) Background to “Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections”: The Analytic Process and Cyber Incident Attribution 6 January 2017. Annex A. Russia–Kremlin’s TV Seeks To Influence Politics, Fuel Discontent in US. Originally published on 11 December 2012 by the Open Source Center. Pages 6-12:

O’Sullivan, John (2014) Russia Today is Putin’s weapon of mass deception. Will it work in Britain

Orlova, Karina (2016) The Snake Eats Itself

Orttung, Robert, Elizabeth Nelson and Anthony Livshen (2015) How Russia Today is using YouTube

Patin, Katerina (2017) Why Has a Kremlin-Controlled News Network Become a Hit in the West?

Posel, Suzanne (2013) Russia Today: State-Funded Propaganda Masquerading as Alternative Media

Postnikova, Elena (2017) US Should Require Russia’s RT to Register as Foreign Agent

Pollock, Richard (2017) The American Left’s Love Affair With Putin’s TV Network

Read, Russ (2016) The Kremlin’s Missionaries: How Russia Uses Media As Its New Cold Warriors

Rothrock, Kevin (2015) So this is Putin’s propaganda tv

Scherr, Sonia (2010) Russian TV Channel Pushes ‘Patriot’ Conspiracy Theories

Seddon, Max (2017) From Russia with bluff: social media strategy sows confusion

Shekhovtsov, Anton (2015) “Bringing the Rebels” – European Far Right Soldiers of Russian Propaganda

Shuster, Simon (2015) Inside Putin’s On-Air Machine

Sonin, Konstantin (2015) RT Is a Mock-Up of the Real Thing

Stuster, J. Dana (2013) Hey, Larry King: Have You Ever Watched Russia Today?

van Zuylen-Wood, Simon (2017) At RT, News Breaks You

Walker, Shaun (2010) Russia today, tomorrow the world–the-world-2083869.html

Washington Post Editorial Board (2017) Russian propaganda has flooded U.S. airwaves. How about some reciprocity?

Weir, Fred (2017) Inside the belly of Russia’s ‘propaganda machine’: A visit to RT news channel

Weiss, Michael and Peter Pomerantsev (2014) The Menace of Unreality: How the Kremlin Weaponizes Information, Culture and Money

Wendling, Mike and Will Yates (2017) Nato says viral news outlet [Sputnik] is part of “Kremlin misinformation machine”

Zavadski, Katie (2015) Putin’s Propaganda TV Lies About Its Popularity

Zwick, Jesse (2012) Pravda Lite