With footage of shattered shop windows and billowing smoke in U.S. cities, Russian state TV has an easy job in doing what it sometimes does best: portraying the United States as a deeply troubled country on the verge of collapse. But amid coverage ranging from the straightforward to the triumphantly hyperbolic, one perennial Kremlin concern seems to emerge — a wariness about the prospect of protest, unrest, and revolution.
‘The Message Sends Itself’: In Coverage Of U.S. Protests, Russia Reveals Its Own Fears Of Unrest, Disorder
June 3, 2020 | Radio Free Europe | Shares: 0