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Natalia Ivanova

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Natalia Ivanova is a researcher and graduate student of global political processes at MGIMO-University. Her dissertation topic is “Opportunities and limitations of Russian soft power in relation to the Baltic countries.” She is the author of academic publications and the monograph “Opportunities for deploying Russian soft power in relation to the Baltic countries.” Since February 2013 she has been an employee of the press service of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and since June 2015 deputy head of the EEC communication technologies section.

10.08.2015

How to re-brand Russian soft power

How to re-brand Russian soft power

While the current era of Russian soft power may be over, there are still different approaches for implementing Russian soft power that focus more on the global appeal of Russian culture. (Part 3 of 3)

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