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Display titleDocument:Ukraine and How the West Treats Comparable Events in Satellite and Non-Satellite Countries Differently
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Page creatorPeter (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation19:37, 28 January 2014
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A pithy, succinct illustration of how, in A pithy, succinct illustration of how, in matters of foreign affairs, the language and terminology of western media coverage changes according to the status of the government/country being reported on, as either approved or unapproved of by western geo-political interests. More subtle than "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter", but analogous.her man's freedom fighter", but analogous. +
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