Monthly Archives: June 2017

Westerners Need a New Way of Attacking Russia

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  • 27 June 2017

Is it not true that any government will react to what it conceives to be a threat? The sophistication of that reaction may vary, but when a system considers itself threatened by a person, organisation or concept, it is they who will have to suffer the consequences. If you disagree with this, I suggest you stop reading because this article ain’t getting any prettier.

I know in my heart of hearts that the Russian government does

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The geopolitical role of strategic communication between Russia and the EU

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  • 16 June 2017

Strategic communication can be described as a developing subfield within communication related to the activities of disciplines including public relations, management communication, and advertising. It explores the capacity of all organizations – not only corporations, but also not-for-profit organizations (including advocacy and activist groups) and government – for engaging in purposeful communication. Nowadays strategic communication is fundame

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  • 13 June 2017

Era anul 1996 şi am fost selectat în grupul de studenţi ai Facultăţii de Ştiinţe Politice şi Administrative de la Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai din Cluj Napoca care urma să-şi desfăşoare practica de studiu la Parlamentul României. Proiectul de cercetare pentru care optasem se axa pe cooperarea transfrontalieră / euroregională. În consecinţă, am fost repartizat la Comisia de politică externă a Camerei Deputaţilor din România.

Bucureştiul ne primise cu braţele deschis

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The UK General Election 2017: Well, that went well!

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  • 11 June 2017

Since this article will largely have a Romanian and Russian audience, I will spell it out: this election may become known as the ‘election of expectations’. The Conservatives expected to walk to power and have an increased majority, whereas Labour were a walking disaster expected to be wiped out. The UK was expected to take the so-called ‘hard-Brexit’ model; but ‘hard-Brexit’ is now an open question.

Theresa May has returned to

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