Episode V – Russian propaganda in Kyrgyzstan
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In this fifth episode labelled ‘featured research’, regular host Rashid Gabdulhakov (assistant professor at the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen, The Netherlands) is our guest today. He is joined by Boris Nurdinov who is a project coordinator at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Kyrgyzstan. They will discuss with (interim host) Jos Boonstra their research project on Russian propaganda in Kyrgyzstan (the report, ‘I still trust the Russian media more’ will be published soon). Which Russian media is broadcasting and publishing in Kyrgyzstan? What is their message? And how do Kyrgyz people perceive Russian media and messaging? Boris and Rashid tell you all about it as they present conclusions from the IWPR ‘Analyse & Amplify’ project, in partnership with EUCAM.
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