Integrity Initiative links from around 40 countries and some Atlantic Council links – Part 4 of 4: Atlantic Council Kremlin’s Trojan Horses projects

This is part 4 of 4 of Integrity Initiative links from around 40 countries and some Atlantic Council links. The list is compiled by Activists for peace on January 5, 2019. You can find reading tips and an overview of all the parts in this blogpost.

Content – Part 4 of 4: Atlantic Council Kremlin’s Trojan Horses projects

  • Atlantic Council Kremlin’s Trojan Horses and other projects, selected comments.


Alina Ployakova et al, (15 November 2016), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses: Russian Influence in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom

Alina Polyakova et al, (16 November 2016), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses: Russian Influence in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, Dr. Marlene Laruelle, Mr. Neil Barnett, and Dr. Alina Polyakova, who were joined by Dr. Andreas Umland, Dr. Mitchell Orenstein, Dr. Péter Krekó, and Mr. Josh Rogin, launched their report The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses: Russian Influence in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, a new report from the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu’s Eurasia Center. Unlike in Central Eastern Europe, Moscow’s tactics in the West are purposely subtler and difficult to trace. This report documents how the Russian government cultivates relationships with ideologically friendly political parties, individuals, and civic groups to build an army of Trojan Horses across European polities. This network of political allies, named in the report, serves the Kremlin’s foreign policy agenda that seeks to infiltrate politics, influence policy, and inculcate an alternative, pro-Russian view of the international order.


Pietro Lanza, (18 November 2016), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses/ΟΙ ΔΟΥΡΕΙΟΙ ΙΠΠΟΙ ΤΟΥ ΚΡΕΜΛΙΝΟΥ/Троянські коні Кремля


(21November 2016), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses

Mats Johansson (25 November 2016), SvD, I veckans medieflöde: Kremls trojanska hästar i EU

György Lázár, (16 December 2016), Orbán’s Hungary – The Kremlin’s Trojan Horse

Priyanka Boghani, (23 December 2016), On Kremlin’s Trojan Horses, How Russia Looks To Gain Through Political Interference

Redazioni TPI, (11 January 2017), Come la Russia di Putin è in grado di influenzare la politica in Europa

Ron Synovitz, (16 January 2017), Europe Bracing Against Risk Of Russian ‘Influence Operations’

The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses in Slovakia: Focus on business

Ryssland – Läs om cyberhoten från Ryssland | itsä

Jeff, (22 February 2017), No evidence for massive Russian involvement in EU referendum, say politicians who benefitted from it.

(After 30 March 2017), FSB – Active Measures – aktivniye meropriyatiya

Rowena Mason, (16 February 2017), Arron Banks threatens to sue thinktank over ‘pro-Russian actor’ claim

Redaktion, (24 May 2017) Hinweise des Tages “In einem Interview mit der Deutschen Welle distanzierte sich Meister von der Überschrift und der Tabelle, die dann auf sein Bitten hin nachträglich entfernt wurde.“

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Alina Polyakova et al, (14 November 2017), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses 2.0: Russian Influence in Greece, Italy, and Spain


Alina Polyakova, (17 November 2017), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses 2.0

Philip Chrysopoulos, (20 November 2017), Atlantic Council Report: Russia Uses Greece as a Trojan Horse

David Alandete, (20 November 2017), NATO intelligence reports show spike in disinformation about Catalonia – Podemos a Trojan Horse for the Kremlin?

Simon Lunn, (8 January 2018), What to watch in 2018: a view from ELN senior associate fellows

Alina Polyakov and Spencer P. Boyden, The future of political warfare: Russia, the west, and the coming age of global digital competition

Jonathan Vanian, (17 May 2018), Facebook Partners With the Atlantic Council to Fight Election Propaganda


(10 September 2018), Henrik Sundbom skriver rapporten The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses 3.0: Sweden Election

Stansfield Smith, (23 November 2018), Russiagate McCarthyism Led to Internet Censorship of the Anti-War and Social Justice Movement

Alberto Martinelli, /December 2018) When Populism meets Nationalism,

Alina Polyakova et al. (3 December 2018), The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses 3.0: Russian Influence in Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden

Paul Robinson, (4 December 2018),  The Kremlin’s Trojan Horses

John Chuckman, (7 December 2018), The Atlantic Council is often cited in these days of Russophobia as an authority – but it is only like all other American and American-inspired think tanks

Estelle Menard, (9 December 2018) Italie. Géopolitique du Mouvement cinq étoiles : entre normalité et radicalité


Anders Romelsjö, (9 December 2018), Mäktigaste Nato-siten Atlantic Council uppmärksammar mig och min blogg. Smickrande?, Global Politics

Kateryna Zarembo, Leonid Litra, Sergiy Solodkyy, Сніжана Дяченко, Тетяна Левонюк, (10 December 2018), Atrophy of Trophies. How Can Ukraine Take Advantage of the Vulnerabilities of Russian Policies in the EU?

Torbjörn Sassersson, (9 December 2018), Atlantic Council ser Kremltroll i NewsVoice

Pål Steigan, (10 December 2018), Atlantic Council advarer mot

Terje Alnes, (11 December 2018), TV2-journalist bak grove politiske anklager

Przez Michal Krupa, (13 December 2018), Konie trojanskie kremla

Moon of Alabama, /13 December 2018), British Spies Infiltrated Bernie Sanders’ Campaign? (in comment by Bloomingdale)

Hans Wåhlberg, (16th December 2018), NATOS:s trojanska hästar


Kari Angelique Jaquesson, (17 December 2018), Ikke le, da får Putin viljen sin! (reference to both II and AC)

Matt Orfalea, (17 December 2018), Who is the Atlantic Council? (5 Frightening Facts)


Aslak Storaker, (19 December 2018), Atlantic Councils liste over femtekolonister og Beredskapslovene av 1950

Conversations with Slava, (20 December 2018), The Integrity Initiative in Context, Alan MacLeod of the Glasgow Media Group and FAIR talks about The Integrity Initiative and the wider context.


Jo Røed Skårderud, (20 December 2018), «Kremls trojanske hester»

Jo Røed Skårderud, (21 December 2018), Kåre Willoch avviser rapport-stempling av Frp, SV og Rødt som «pro-russiske»: Vil bli kvitt sanksjoner

Carl Meurling, (21st December 2018), Sveriges Rysslandspolitik styrs utifrån | Skånska Dagbladet

Stian Nicolajsen and Kjetil Magne Sørenes, (22 December 2018), Avviser svakhet for Putin

Pål Steigan, (22 December 2018), Penner til salgs. Norske påvirkningsagenter.


Pål Steigan, (28 December 2018), Total medietaushet om kjempeskandale

Pål Steigan, (31 December 2019), Årskavalkade 2018(2): Om å trekke medienes trollsplinter ut av øynene


Mikhaela Alcasabas, (3 January 2019), Atlantic Council Partners with Facebook to Censor Social Media

Activists for peace, (5 January 2018), Make 2019 a year of peace!

Activists for peace, (5 January 2018), Integrity Initiative and the connection to Sweden and Atlantic Council

Activists for peace, (5 January 2018), Swedish responses to Integrity Initiative and Atlantic Council

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