Russian propaganda imperils the future by distorting the past
Emigration from Russia has been growing steadily in recent years. However, the question of who is satisfied with life after emigration and what Russians are looking for in the 28 EU member states still remains open.
Different scenarios of Russia’s participation in the anti-terrorist campaign against ISIS may be perceived differently by Russian society
The aggressive negativistic agenda behind the Kremlin propaganda inevitably leads to radicalization and a more violent society
Unspoken history as a tool of reactionary policy in contemporary Russia