The Vrbětice case resonated strongly in the Czech and Slovak (dis)information space. The disinformation narratives were predominantly pro-Russian or anti-Western in character and were also spread by political actors, states an analysis by the European Values think tank.

Information spaces in the Czech and Slovak Republics operate independently, says a new Czechoslovak study. The organic spread of disinformation narratives due to linguistic proximity and shared incentives plays a more significant role than a formal cooperation and coordination between disinformation actors.

"NATO remains the strongest Alliance in history," reads the 90-point communiqué from the Vilnius summit, which is four times more extensive than the one from Madrid. The fact that leaders were able to agree on it sends a signal of unprecedented unity.