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In this episode of The VoiCEE podcast  Anna Gielewska , editor-in-chief of  Vsquare.org  – a cross-border network in Central Europe – speaks with  Szabolcs Panyi, a  leading investigative journalist at  Direkt36 about what he and his colleagues have uncovered about Russia’s playbook for gaining influence in Central and Eastern Europe as well as the discrepancy in how effectively it works in Poland and Hungary.

They discuss Russia’s attempts to create friendly attitudes in CEE through financial support for fringe parties and pro-Russian NGOs, while also supporting or establishing media that can work as its mouthpiece.

Jest to odcinek podkastu:
VoiCEE - Podcast from Central and Eastern Europe

In this podcast series we are looking at the region from different
angles and perspectives attempting to capture its diversity and
understand emerging trends. Above all, we want to give voice to a region
that is often talked to rather than listened to.

The VoiCEE is brought to you by a network of independent
English-language media in Central and Eastern Europe: Notes from Poland,
Kafkadesk, Insight Hungary, Internews Ukraine, New Eastern Europe,
Reporting Democracy, Transitions, Ukraine World, Vsquare


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