Russian attitudes toward Ukraine — and toward the United States — are gradually improving as state propaganda shifts its focus to Syria.
October 8, 2015
By Sergey Aleksashenko
In an earlier memo from March, I argued that despite the outward effectiveness of Russian state propaganda, its practical results should not be exaggerated. It’s true that the Kremlin, by employing the power of television and its own monopoly on internal broadcasting, can quickly swing public opinion around on any issue – 75-80 percent of the Russian population still receives its information about domestic and international events primarily from televised programs. At the same time, …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests