The Kremlin’s grip on information remains tight, but cracks are starting to show one year after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine

One year ago, when Russia launched its all-out invasion of Ukraine and began Europe’s biggest land war since 1945, it waged another battle at home — intensifying its information blockade in an effort to control the hearts and minds of its own citizens.

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