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Issue 4/2020 The Kremlin’s Hybrid War

July 8, 2020 - Adam Reichardt

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CONTENTS

The Kremlin’s Hybrid War. The case of Georgia

The many dimensions of hybrid warfare Emil Avdaliani 

How Russian propaganda works in Georgia Grigol Julukhidze

Borderisation. The Kremlin’s unending war Egor Kuroptev

Religion as a powerful foreign policy tool Giorgi Jokhadze

The Kremlin’s fake news machine swirl COVID-19 conspiracies Tornike Zurabashvili

Far-right radicalisation and Russian soft power Ucha Nanuashvili

Understanding the silent war Lasha Pataraia

The South Caucasus conundrum in the Black Sea Victor Kipiani

  

Geopolitics and coronavirus. A survey of experts

COVID-19 not to spare Eastern Europe from great power competition Alena Kudzko

Post-COVID-19 Eastern Europe: Equation with many unknowns Wojciech Konończuk

Gone with the virus. How the pandemic makes Russian strategy evanescent Andrey Makarychev

Bracing for impact. Shifting geopolitics in the South Caucasus Richard Giragosian

The Eastern Partnership and Russia in the post-COVID world Karina Shyrokykh

Eastern Partnership in times of coronavirus Péter Stepper

Georgia and COVID-19. The miracle of social and institutional resilience Beata Górka-Winter

  

Opinion and Analysis


Zelenskyy’s populist learning curve 
Anna Korbut

Babyn Yar. When will the tragedy be finally commemorated? Svitlana Oslavska

A reality check for the realists Matt Johnson

Ukraine as a key to Europe’s energy security. Towards a US-Polish-Ukrainian LNG trading platform Mykola Voytiv

The meaning behind Azerbaijan’s forged elections Mateusz Bajek

Corona in Kazakhstan. An authoritarian transparency offensive Othmara Glas

Great power competition returns to Central Asia Natalia Konarzewska

Bosnia’s others Anastasiya Ilyina

  

Interviews

The memory and experience of 1980 An interview with Cezary Obracht-Prądzyński

Siberia is a feeling to me A conversation with Sophy Roberts

 

Art, Culture and Society

The COVID-19 crisis is generating far-reaching outcomes for culture An interview with Jakub Kornhauser

Incident. Or three short essays on solidarity Mykola Riabchuk 

 

Stories and Ideas

A Jan of all trades Marta Gruszecka

Volcanic vintage. The historic Hungarian wines of Lake Balaton Eric Bryan

 

History and Memory

From the Great Patriotic War to the Second World War. The decommunisation of Ukraine’s memory politics Serhiy Riabenko and Taras Kuzio

The brief alliance, short memory Grzegorz Szymborski

EASTERN CAFÉ

The story of liberalism’s fall from grace Millie Radović

We are in fact writing about the present… Łukasz Jasina

An alternative guide to Northern Kosovo Magdalena Rekść

A deltiology of memory Kinga Anna Gajda

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