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Central Europe in the mirror of Russian media

Supported by: Open Information Partnership

Project span: January – December 2020.


Project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov, Jan Bartoš, Alena Adamková, external experts.


Objective: The aim of the project is to inform Slovak and Central European public about the image of Central European countries created by Russian media pro  domo, evaluation of their historical development and current trends in internal and foreign policy. The analysis also deals with the current steps of the Russian state in foreign policy and security area, as well as with myths about Russia spread in Central Europe, including Slovakia, by various actors of Russian influence.


Project outputs: Regular analytical articles in nationwide periodicals and situational reports on the IVO blog, educative publication.


All published outputs can be found on the project subpage:



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