Ukraine through a Baltic lens: Regional networks of meanings (2020)
What “storylines” appear in the Baltic news media about Ukraine in terms of Ukraine’s perceived capability, opportunity, and affinity? Is there a regional – Baltic – “storyline” emerging, or are these “storylines” country-specific? Do the meanings conveyed by the media “storylines” resonate with the opinions of young opinion-influencers? What do resonances and clashes mean for the formulation and projection of the strategic narrative in these countries and the region and for these countries’ relations with Ukraine?
CitationMatheson D, Chaban N (2020). Ukraine through a Baltic lens: Regional networks of meanings. Virtual, 2020.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research44 - Human society::4408 - Political science::440808 - International relations
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