Russophobia


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Rus·so·phobe

 (rŭs′ə-fōb′)
n.
One who fears or dislikes Russia or its people or culture.

Rus′so·pho′bi·a n.
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If it was not Russia, then Britain looks foolish, not least those who rushed to conclusions in what the Russian embassy will depict as yet another example of "black propaganda" and Russophobia.
She emphasizes that Poland is a country with pronounced Russophobia.
The Russian Defense Ministry hit out at UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson for claiming Moscow could kill "thousands and thousands" of Brits, accusing him of having "lost his grasp on reason" and playing on Russophobia.
The Russian denunciation of the Black Sea clauses of the treaty of Paris, for example, irritated the British public and led to "an extraordinary outburst of russophobia and bellicose patriotism," and the conduct of "a public debate on some fundamental aspects of British foreign policy, an inquest into 'Palmerstonianism'.
The book concludes by looking at Russophobia as part of the creation of Western political and cultural identity.
Given the Russophobia rampant here, that makes sense.
While US President Trump urges Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to renew relations with Russia, in Macedonia what is known as Russophobia is being encouraged with information that Moscow through diplomats and spies has been working for years to create discord in the country.
We have witnessed a fundamental change of circumstances when it comes to the aggressive Russophobia that now lies at the heart of U.
9) The Russian Communities of the Crimea (Russkie obshchiny Kryma) and its chair and member of the Supreme Soviet of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sergei Shuvainikov, went to the length of accusing the author in a public statement of Russophobia, falsifying sources, and "fomenting interethnic hatred.
stir up anti-Russian hysteria and Russophobia, then based on that emotion-evoking backdrop deploy air and ground forces close to Russia's borders, it is unlikely that we can find some reason for collaboration," the spokesman warns.
Likewise, while Brzezinski built an enthralling reputation at the NSC, with some of his devoted staffers judging "his exuberant Russophobia, .
They seem hell bent on strife and to that end their mouthpiece, the BBC, is stirring up Russophobia.