Monthly Archives: August 2014

Письмо от “друзей”

Мне друзья из Москвы и Карелии Пишут «правду» про нашу войну… Мы бы с мамой москвичкам поверили, Если б не был мой брат в плену! Если б улицы наши тусклые Не заполнили “гости” с Кавказа… Если б «братья» смоленские, русские! … Continue reading

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A PR move dedicated to saving Nadya Savchenko, an abducted Ukrainian pilot

Civic public relations in action. A courageous Ukrainian guy congratulated Ukraine with the upcoming Ukrainian Independence Day by painting “…the “seven sisters” spire in Moscow in Ukrainian blue” and raising “the Ukrainian flag overnight on August 19-20…” He did all … Continue reading

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ReBranding Las Vegas: Sin City No More

“Las Vegas is good at forgetting. It’s not necessarily a bad thing: A city of second chances and fresh starts can’t waste too much time futzing with yarns about the good old days.”

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Different values. Different emotions at play. Two different nations. Russia vs. Ukraine

Ukraine and Russia represent two different approaches of appealing to young men to join the army. These two videos are in Ukrainian and Russian, but the visuals will tell the story without any words: Ukraine: Community, Sense of Belonging. It … Continue reading

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