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Russian Print Media of 1922 - 1941 about Soviet Union - Italy Relations
Abstract.The present article is devoted to how Soviet Union - Italy relations were described by print media of 1922 - 1941. Despite hostility between Bolshevists and Fascists, political relations between Moscow and Rome were rather pragmatic at the interstate level during the aforesaid period. That was reflected in publications and articles of Soviet print media of those years. Facts of effective cooperation between the USSR and Italy in different spheres were frequently underlined, however, aggressive foreign policy appetences of Rome were critiсized. The author based his research on the principles of historicism and objectivity and used the methods of historical genetic analysis and content analysis. As a result of his research, Makulov introduces a number of publications of Soviet print media of 1920 - 1930 on the milestones in the history of development between Moscow and Rome and concludes that Soviet Union - Italy relations were described by print media in a more neutral and reserved way than other aspects of internal and external policy of Mussolini.
Keywords: diplomacy, propaganda, fascism, press, international relationships, Italy, USSR, Mussolini, Germany, Poland
Article was received:05-01-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .