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Роль НПО в международных отношениях и публичной дипломатии

https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2022-13-1-110-123

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В статье рассматриваются подходы России и ЕС к неправительственным организациям (НПО) как инструментам публичной дипломатии (ПД). Поскольку ЕС и Россия все чаще используют НПО в своей внешней политике, что, кажется, подрывает доверие к и без того напряженным отношениям между ними, эта тема представляет собой интересную возможность сравнить механизмы взаимодействия правительства и НПО в России и ЕС. Тем не менее, конкретные формы, корни и цели этого явления часто упускаются из виду в академических исследованиях. Чтобы заполнить существующую лакуну, данное исследование суммирует опыт других стран и общественного мнения. С этой целью автор исследует разное понимание и практику Брюсселя и Москвы в поддержке и финансировании НПО в сфере публичной дипломатии. Исследование показывает, что подход ЕС характеризуется значительным финансированием НПО за рубежом в рамках усилий государственной публичной дипломатии. С другой стороны, российский подход в основном характеризуется финансированием национальных НПО, которые затем осуществляют проекты публичной дипломатии за рубежом в соответствии с государственной политикой.

Об авторе

Н. В. Бурлинова
Общественная организация «Креативная дипломатия»
Россия

Наталья Валерьевна Бурлинова, к.пол.н., президент

Москва


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Бурлинова Н.В. Роль НПО в международных отношениях и публичной дипломатии. Международная аналитика. 2022;13(1):110-123. https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2022-13-1-110-123

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Burlinova N.V. The Role of NGOs in International Relations and Public Diplomacy. Journal of International Analytics. 2022;13(1):110-123. https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2022-13-1-110-123

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