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The article analyzes the reaction of German media to the assaults on women in Cologne and other German and European cities on New Year’s Eve 2015/2016. Nationwide TV channels and newspapers, with rare exceptions, did not report about the events till January 4 or even 5, causing outrage in social networks. This is serious evidence of deep problems in German and Western journalism. Due to the abundance of information resources, the mainstream media hold no monopoly on news delivery anymore. If they continue to compromise themselves, there is a danger of reorientation of the Western audience towards alternative sources of information: extremist Internet resources and foreign media, first of all the Russian ones.

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- Russia's Armed Force Toolbox in Ukraine in 2014. Paper presented at the 46th Annual Convention of ASEEES. San Antonio, 20-23 November 2014. Person, Gudrun. 2014. ‘Russian Influence and Soft Power in the Baltic States: the View from Moscow’ in Winnerstig, Mike, ed., Tools of Destabilisation: Russian Soft Power and Non-Military Influence in the Baltic States, FOI Report (FOI-R-3990-SE, December 2014), pp. 17-29. Persson, Gudrun and Vendil Pallin, Carolina. 2014. ‘Setting the Scene - the view from Russia’ in Granholm, Niklas, Malminen, Johannes and Persson, Gudrun, eds

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, formulated in the Middle Ages of duralex, sedlex (“The law is harsh but it is the law”), but the Russian dictum can be worded as durusrex, sedrex (“The king is harsh but he is the king”). Russia’s aggressions and the entirely inadequate reaction of the Western World to the Euromaidan can be explained, more than anything else, by cultural-psychological factors. Putin’s evident fear that Maidan might become a contagious syndrome and spread into Russia influenced many Russians to believe Ukraine’s orientation to Russia to be treasonous. Putin’s regime is founded on

name into Akiyama Goro as a Japanese name. The eliminating of Ainu identity continued to be carried out by Japan as a strategic object to prevent the spread of Russian influence. This policy was carried out by the Meiji government (1869-1912) through an assimilation process by formalizing Japan's territory and fusing Ainu people as Japanese [8], so that many Japanese considered Ainu people already vanished in the Hokkaido region. The process of elimination of Ainu’s identities also can be seen in this novel, like in the quotation below. You know about the

following four evaluation criteria: (i) trade relations, (ii) foreign direct investments (FDI) and loans, (iii) remittances, and (iv) influence in the energy industry. The author concludes that Russia has a great weight in almost every field of Armenian economy and, as a result, will determine the economic path of Armenia in the foreseeable future. Russian influence in Georgia has diminished considerably but increased to a high extent in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. However, Russia still has important investments in Georgia’s energy sphere. The start of Russia

and school textbooks ( Solonari 2002 ). Post-Soviet Moldovanist literature indicates a changing viewpoint, with an emphasis on the positive portrayal of external and Russian influences ( Solonari 2002 ). Russian/Eastern Slav influence is depicted as being positive with regard to the ethnogenesis process and the cultural development of the nation. Important factors in both historical discourses on the Principality of Moldavia from 1359 to 1812 include the struggle against the Ottoman Empire and the reign of Ştefan cel Mare. Ştefan cel Mare is still an all