Boasting interactive statistics and a searchable database of disinformation cases, the site will provide content in English, Russian and German.

“We have been systematically collecting examples of pro-Kremlin disinformation since the beginning of our mandate, to show people who are unaware of the problem what it looks like,” the project team wrote in a statement.

Read alsoRussian propaganda's Sputnik news agency probed by FBI - mediaOne of the sections on the site is dedicated to writing about the disinformation campaign “in a more problem-focused manner – for example, a particular long-term disinformation campaign targeted at a particular country; new initiatives countering disinformation; political leaders highlighting the dangers; a look behind the curtains and explaining what is happening in state Russian media; and much more.”