Who plays Russian roulette in Slovakia?

Supported by: Open Information Partnership (SK); Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Slovakia (ENG)

Project span: December 2020 - February 2021 (SK); June - August 2021 (ENG) 

Project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov, Ján Bartoš, Alena Adamková, Oliver Trubela, Zora Bútorová, Fiona Borská. 

Objective: Mapping the attitudes of selected actors of the pro-Kremlin scene in Slovakia, analysis of the broader contexts of Slovak pro-Russian actors - transformation and foreign policy context, issues of Slovak-Russian bilateral relations, historical and socio-cultural factors of Russia's influence in Slovakia. 

Project outputs:


Analytical book publication (SK)


Analytical book publication (ENG)

Web video presentations


Analytical article (essay) 

Expert discussion


Interview about the book with co-author on Infosecurity.sk


Book review in scholarly journal

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