Third Rome or Potemkin village: Analyzing the Extent of Russia’s Power in Serbia, 2012–2019

@article{Reid2020ThirdRO,
  title={Third Rome or Potemkin village: Analyzing the Extent of Russia’s Power in Serbia, 2012–2019},
  author={Ernest A Reid},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2020},
  volume={49},
  pages={728 - 737}
}
  • Ernest A Reid
  • Published 13 October 2020
  • Sociology
  • Nationalities Papers
Abstract This past decade has seen the return of Russia into the public discourse. Moscow’s influence has been making a comeback across its old sphere of influence and in other parts of the world. In particular, there has been a lot of talk lately of Russian soft power spreading across the Balkan region, especially in Serbia. However, the concept of power can be rather ambiguous, and only a theoretically informed analysis based on empirical methods can lead to genuine conclusions. This article… 

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