International Image of Modern Russia:
Deficit of Attractiveness or Deficit of Ideas?




For citation:

Solovyov E.G., Smirnov A.N. International Image of Modern Russia: Deficit of Attractiveness or Deficit of Ideas? – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No. 5. P. 19. (In Russ.)



Abstract

Russia’s image in the world is seriously influenced by stereotype perceptions. Some problems, at that, stem directly from misconceptions. Russia needs to overcome the deep distrust of the Western public as regards the country’s state apparatus which is commonly perceived as manipulative and egoistic. The article discusses strategies of attracting new means of image-making policy using more actively potentialities of the country’s culture and of its business structures.


Content No. 5, 2008

See also:


Semenenko I.S.,
Depictions and Images in the Discourse of National Identity. – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No5

Smirnova A.G.,
A State’s Depiction as Instrument of Threat Cognition in International Relations. – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No5

Zamyatin D.N.,
Pictorial Imperialism. – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No5

Rzheshevsky G.A.,
Democracy: Myth, Reality, or Boosted Brand?. – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No5


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