Russian informational and propaganda campaign against Ukraine prior to the Euromaidan (2013-2014): denying sovereignty

Sergey Sukhankin, Alla Hurska
2015; 21 (1):
ICID: 1184216
Article type: Original article
IC™ Value: 3.00
The article aimes to outline the main ideas and strategies pertaining to the Russian information and propaganda campaigns waged against Ukraine within the period 1991-2013. Current research also aims to discuss the nature and main sources of Ukrainophobia in Russian society as a complex phenomenon that has deep histori-cal and cultural roots. Particular emphasis is made on various vehicles and tools extensively used by the Russian side in the process of creation of the enemy and its historical tradition in Russian society.
DOI: 10.5604/18984509.1184216

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