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Sergey Chugrov

Dr. of Social Sciences, Professor of the International Journalism Department at MGIMO University, Editor-in-Chief of Polis. Political Research, Russia’s leading journal on political science, senior researcher at IMEMO RAN

The Working Paper was prepared by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) as part of the project “Russia and the Asia-Pacific Region: Conceptual Basis for Security and Development Policy.” It deals with Russia’s and Japan’s mutual perceptions, analyses the dynamics of the evolution of these perceptions in the context of Tokyo’s territorial claims, and sets the goal of improving Russia’s positive image in Japan and reducing the influence of negative images on Russian national interests.

The Working Paper was prepared by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) as part of the project “Russia and the Asia-Pacific Region: Conceptual Basis for Security and Development Policy.”

It deals with Russia’s and Japan’s mutual perceptions, analyses the dynamics of the evolution of these perceptions in the context of Tokyo’s territorial claims, and sets the goal of improving Russia’s positive image in Japan and reducing the influence of negative images on Russian national interests.

The Image of Russia in Japan and the Image of Japan in Russia, PDF

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