ASD researchers analyze Hamilton 2.0 data to understand the narratives and topics the Russian, Chinese, and Iranian governments and state-funded media are promoting on Twitter, YouTube, broadcast television, and state-sponsored news websites. This reporting provides insight into state-backed narratives from the previous week and provides journalists, researchers, and citizens with information to better shape how they view Russia, China, and Iran’s messaging aimed at the West.

Hamilton Toplines: October 5–11, 2022

Russia Monitored Russian accounts tweeted 11,856 times from October 5 to October 11, generating 200,189 retweets and 626,538 likes. Russian state media and diplomats last week provided extensive coverage of the Crimean bridge explosion on October 8, [...]

2022-10-13T17:52:41-04:00October 13, 2022|By and |

Hamilton Toplines: July 4–10, 2022

Russia Monitored Russian accounts tweeted 16,236 times last week, generating 191,388 retweets and 584,066 likes. Kremlin-linked accounts took aim at UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he announced his resignation, making “Johnson” the second most [...]

2022-07-12T17:16:36-04:00July 12, 2022|By and |
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