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Russian political language and public opinion on the West, NATO and Chechnya : securitisation theory reconsidered
Russian political language and public opinion on the West, NATO and Chechnya : securitisation theory reconsidered
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A State of War: Russian Leaders and Citizens Interpret the Chechen Conflict
The dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 brought about a need for reorientation among Russian politicians, as well as for the Russian public at large. The Soviet superpower no longer existed, andExpand
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How can European states respond to Russian information warfare? An analytical framework
ABSTRACT How can European democratic states respond to Russian information warfare? This article aims to enable and spur systematic research of how democracies can respond to the spread of distortedExpand
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Normative Power Europe Caving in? EU Under Pressure of Russian Information Warfare
Scholars have characterized the EU as a normative power whose greatest asset is to be able to shape conceptions of what is ‘normal’ in international affairs. Scholars have argued that a normative pExpand
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Beyond the ‘RtoP’: Responsibility as doing, being and sharing
This review article exposes that the scholarly interest in the notion of ‘responsibility’ in the field of security studies goes far beyond the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ and the debate on emergingExpand
The use of political communication by international organizations : the case of EU and NATO
The use of political communication by international organizations : the case of EU and NATO
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Destruct, direct and suppress: Sputnik narratives on the Nordic countries
Projection of strategic narratives to gain competitive advantages is a central feature in the global competition for status and power. This article presents a comparative narrative analysis of how ...
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