The image of Russia: deficit of «soft power»?

The image of Russia:
deficit of «soft power»?

Round Table of the «Polis» Journal

Medoeva Z.G.,

Vasilenko I.A.,

Malysheva E.M., emalysheva@

Hawer-Tukarkina O.M.,

Chugrov S.V.,

Dr. Sci. (Soc.), Professor, Department of Sociology, leading researcher, Institute of International Studies, MGIMO University; Editor-in-chief of Polis. Political Studies journal Moscow, Russia,

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For citation:

Round Table of the «Polis» Journal, Medoeva Z.G., Vasilenko I.A., Malysheva E.M., Hawer-Tukarkina O.M., Chugrov S.V. The image of Russia: deficit of «soft power»? – Polis. Political Studies. 2013. No. 4. P. 88-99. (In Russ.)


The Round Table was organized by efforts of the Russian Association of Political Science, of the Polis journal and of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations - Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The participants of the Round Table held a number of discussions, of which the subjects were theoretical constituents of imageology and, besides, practical tasks involved by anything entailing formation of Russia’s image in other countries, as well as concrete conditions of political communication and the role of “soft power” and of mass media in case of adjustment of this image.

Russia; Germany; Japan; Russia’s foreign policy image; image-making policy; “soft power” Russia’s image; cultural policy.

Content No. 4, 2013

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