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Multicultural Societies and Their Threats: Real, Hybrid and Media Wars in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

9783643908254

Multicultural Societies and Their Threats: Real, Hybrid and Media Wars in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe

Edited by Nazarii Gutsul and Kristina Khrul

LIT Verlag

2017

208 pages

$44.95

East Europe; Volume 10

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Derived from a workshop of the same name, held in June 2016 in Giessen, Germany, the 11 essays in this volume consider ofrozen conflicts,o fighting between or within states (including tensions between governments or groups during a non-violent phase of a conflict), in multicultural societies in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, namely the former Yugoslavia, Transnistria, South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Crimea, and Donbas, including the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, to formulate security measures that would offer peaceful solutions to them. Scholars of international relations and other fields in Europe and the US examine conflicts in terms of the influence of media coverage and discourse, the role of regional identity and external actors in the conflict process, official statements for peace building, hybrid warfare, propaganda, and geopolitics. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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