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Research by Dr. Andrey Yuryevich Buzin, Ph.D. in Law


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Analyse von Olga Gulina, unabhängige Beraterin und Expertin für Migrationsmanagement in europäischen Ländern.


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Analyse von Dmitri Stratievski, Vorsitzender des Osteuropa-Zentrum Berlin.


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The war against Ukraine came as a shock for most Russians, even the most engaged in politics did not think it would go that far. As a result of political upheaval, an exodus of Russians from the country has begun to be observed. 

Which social class do the majority of Russian emigrants belong to? What professional sectors do they come from? What countries did they choose to move to and why? Where have Russian emigrants faced discrimination? What are the political attitudes of most emigrants and…


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08.05.2023 | Publications

Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS) conducted a face-to-face survey of Russian migrants who left for Georgia and Armenia after 24 February 2022.


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Political theorist and sociologist Greg Yudin elaborates on the pivotal aspects of deep contradictions and inequality in Russian society, exacerbated by the mobilization announced by Vladimir Putin in September 2022. Based on a set of polls, the author examines the main trends and patterns demonstrating the discrepancies between generations, regions and peoples in the country. Greg Yudin does not preclude the possibility of internal conflicts amid general disunity but assumes that young…


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In this analytical paper, the political scientist Dr. Ilya Matveev examines the renewed social crisis in Russia based on five indicators, namely the standard of living, employment and wages in the industrial area, healthcare, the non-profit sector and demography. While the country's military expenditures, "partial" mobilization and unprecedented sanctions imposed by Western countries have not resulted in a comprehensive economic collapse over the past year, conditions in the country have become…


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If you want to understand the challenges of anti-war propaganda in Russia and the limits of its success, this paper is a must-read. It provides an in-depth analysis of Putin's communication system and how he managed to maintain control over his audience. It also addresses the challenges faced by Russian opposition media in exile and suggests new strategies to reach a wider audience. It also discusses the challenges faced by Western anti-war propaganda in trying to influence the opinion of…


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This paper focuses on the mechanisms by which Putin's propaganda manages to capture people from different information bubbles, audiences, social contexts and positions. The author stresses that the intrinsic complexity and contradictions of Putin's loyal audience are downplayed or completely ignored. Consequently, both the causes of the war and its meaning do not have a single explanation for all Russians, which could be refuted by a set of facts.

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24.02.2022 | Ankündigungen, Veranstaltung, Neuigkeiten | Publications

Publications from the Digital Library

Mass consciousness of the Russians during the period of social transformation

Mass consciousness of the Russians during the period of social transformation

reality versus myths ; analytical report commissioned by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation
Bonn, 2003

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Democracy and parties in the Russian Federation

Schultze, Peter W.

Democracy and parties in the Russian Federation

Bonn, 2003

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