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  1. Social Media as a Source of Counter-Hegemonic Discourses: Micro-Level Analysis of the Belarusian "Silent Actions" Protest Movement
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  1. Belarus at the United Nations: An Analysis of Belarus's Global Policy Alignment Following the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine
  2. Olena Lennon, Aemin Becker
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  1. Russian Nationalism Shifting: The Role of Populism Since the Annexation of Crimea
  2. Sofia Tipaldou, Philipp Casula
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  1. How State-Controlled Media Can Set the Agenda on the Internet: Coverage of Three Tragedies on Different Types of Russian Media
  2. Anastasia Kazun, Anton Kazun
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