Monthly Archives: June 2022

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RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE: A TURNING POINT IN THE WORLD ORDER?

Javad KeypourLaw Department, School of Business and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology Júlia CsáderováFaculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava The Russian invasion of Ukraine has sparked debate over its implications for the world order. Although there is no unanimously accepted perception of ‘world order’, one can assume that the existing one…

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RUSSIA’S WAR ON THE INTERNET

Russia’s most recent aggression has resulted in its geopolitical, financial, economic, as well as online isolation. Russia’s Internet is changing rapidly due to censorship and surveillance regulation; laws introducing technical requirements for the independent functioning of the Internet; Western sanctions; and the exit of key IT providers from the Russian market. But efforts to create…

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HOW RUSSIAN DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS SPREAD PROPAGANDA

Since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine, the issue of information security has become acute for European countries. Russian propagandists use all available channels of communication to promote Russian narratives. The primary focus of this paper is to determine the main social media strategies used by Russian diplomatic agencies to disseminate propagandistic content…

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RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE: REASONS AND CHALLENGES

Both the political elites and society at large in Russia are obsessed with Ukraine because of, firstly, Russia’s perennial quest for a strong state; secondly, the struggle of the Kremlin with the colour revolutions; thirdly, the perception of Ukraine as a mirror image of Russia; fourthly, “East Slavic” ideology; finally, Putin’s belief that Ukraine is…

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SOME EPISTEMOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN WAR IN 2014-2022

Dr Ihor LossovskyiExtraordinary and Plenipotentiary Envoy of Ukraine of the First Class Iryna PrykhodkoNon-executive Director of the Mountain Seed Foundation (USA) Political regimes in the former Soviet republics have evolved towards authoritarianism and vice versa. Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Ukraine became democratic; later – Georgia and Moldova; Azerbaijan and Armenia are semi-authoritarian; Russia, Belarus, and…

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