Summary

  • Most mentions are for Ukraine. It is followed, as before, by Russia. Compared to the previous month, the USA has risen two positions in the rankings, surpassing the EU and France. Although they are in third and fourth place respectively, the USA and the EU are practically tied, recording almost the same number of mentions. France follows in the rankings, with Germany not far behind.
  • Compared to the previous month, the overall trend is off descending for the majority of the actors included in the analysis. The decreases are insignificant (Israel), moderate (France, EU, Ukraine), or substantial (NATO, China). Germany is the exception, with a relatively consistent number of mentions.
  • Regarding the estimated number of views, Ukraine remains at the top of the rankings, followed by the USA and Russia. Germany and the EU are in the next positions. Compared to the previous month, the EU drops two places and leaves the podium, being surpassed by Russia and Germany. France and China follow in the rankings, maintaining their positions. The hierarchy is completed by the United Kingdom and NATO, who have swapped positions compared to the previous month, with Israel remaining in the last position.
  • The overall trend is off descending, with almost all monitored actors experiencing a decrease in the number of views (as an impact of mentions).

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