Every Wednesday, The Interpreter’s managing editor James Miller will be speaking with Dr. Matt Sienkiewicz, a professor at Boston College, about the major headlines of the week. If you have questions you’d like Matt to address in future episodes, feel free to tweet to him: @mediastudied. If you have feedback on the content feel free to tweet to James: @MillerMENA.
This week we discussed the protests in the Ukraine, and Russia’s changing (and increasingly dystopian) media landscape:
- Putin’s ‘Pogroms’ And a Fragile Russian Victory in Ukraine
- If Ukraine Disintegrates Will it Be a Divorce or an Explosion?
- A Brief History of the Russian Media: A complete guide to who controls the Russian news
- Russia Today, Russia Segodnya: The Kremlin chooses agitprop over objective reporting