Latvian policy on the Russian-language education
... комиссия Латвии]. URL:
(дата обращения: 30.05.2020).
Zverev K. A.
Russian-speaking population of Latvia, Russian-language education, reformation of education, schools of national minorities
Russian soft power in the Baltic States through the lens of research: traditions, competition, confrontation
... becoming less productive in the region and their use in the negative political context of bilateral relations has the opposite effect for Russia – the country loses in reputation and image. The main factor at play is the information content of the Russian-language media space. At odds with the historical and political views of a significant part of the Baltic States’ ruling class, it is becoming the target of counteraction. At the same time, Russian high and mass culture and, partly, educational services are in demand from both Baltic Russian speakers and ethnic Lithuanians, Latvians, and Estonians. Our analysis shows that the views of Baltic researchers that Russian soft power is politics-driven and foreign to the region are exaggerated ...
Formal terms of reproach in Russian discourse
... materiale nemetsko- i russkoyazychnykh gazet 30-kh i 90-kh gg. KhKh veka) [Speech aggression in the print media (based on German and Russian-language newspapers of the 30s and 90s of the 20th century)]. Ph. D. Saratov State University named after N. G. Chernyshevsky ... ... «Аktual'nye problemy gumanitarnogo obrazovaniya» [The 1
International Internet Conference “Actual Problems of Humanitarian Education”]. Minsk. pp. 306—310 (in Russ.).
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