Propaganda and its Incredible Effect on Perceptions of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine; Also, the Debate over Breakfast

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine involves not just kinetic action but also efforts to influence people’s perceptions of what is happening and why, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at how powerful media persuasion and propaganda can be and discuss how the American system is designed to limit this (01:44).  The guys also weigh in on the never-ending debate about breakfast over whether it is the most important meal of the day or completely unnecessary (46:28).

Ukraine war: ‘My city’s being shelled, but mum won’t believe me’ (BBC)

Last Vestiges of Russia’s Free Press Fall Under Kremlin Pressure (NY Times)

Is Breakfast Really That Important for All-Day Energy? Here’s What the Science Says — EatingWell (Apple News)

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