Cui Prodest: “Liberal” Press in South Africa about Russia and Vice-Versa
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Cui Prodest: “Liberal” Press in South Africa about Russia and Vice-Versa
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The Declaration of mutual partnership and all-round cooperation signed between the two presidents in 2013 indicates good and perspective relationships between Russia and South Africa. But the level of economic cooperation between the two countries is not so inspiring due not only to economic reasons. There is a lack of adequate information about Russia in South Africa and vice-versa. Moreover there is too much misleading information, given voluntarily or not in social networks.The author will analyze the discourse in South African liberal mass media of events and actions of authorities in Russia with the special regard to the discourse of the last year Agreement of strategic partnership in Nuclear Engineering signed between the two countries. The publications in Russian liberal mass media concerning South African problems will be analyzed as well.
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Russia and South Africa, Mass-media in South Africa
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17.05.2016
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14.07.2016
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