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From SpyTalk on Substack

“Even with the Russian government blocking golosameriki.com and various social media platforms, the Russian people are still finding VOA news and information online via circumvention tools like Psiphon and nth Link,” Fry said. “Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, VOA’s Russian-language reporting has logged millions of video views across digital platforms.”

Given Putin’s “soaring” popularity, however, it’s hardly enough. And Washington seems to recognize that. The U.S. Agency for Global Affairs, which oversees the VOA, got an extra $25 million in the supplemental appropriations bill related to Ukraine, “and we are carefully evaluating the best use of these resources,” says Laurie Moy, USAGM’s director of public affairs.

Source: US Cranking Up the Information War with Russia