‘Populism and contemporary global media: populist communication logics and the co-construction of transnational identities’ – Dr Precious N Chatterje-Doody and Dr Rhys Crilley (2019) in Populism and World Politics edited by David MacDonald, Dirk Nabers and Frank Stengel, Palgrave Macmillan.
‘What to do about social media? Politics, populism and journalism’, Dr Rhys Crilley and Professor Marie Gillespie, Journalism, 20:1 (2018), pp. 173-176.
‘Broadcasting agitainment: a new media strategy of Putin’s third presidency’, Professor Vera Tolz and Dr Yuri Teper, Post-Soviet Affairs, 34:4 (2018), pp. 213-227.
‘International relations in the age of ‘post-truth’ politics’, Dr Rhys Crilley, International Affairs, 94:2 (2018), pp. 417-215.
‘Security studies in the age of ‘post-truth’ politics: in defence of poststructuralism’, Dr Rhys Crilley and Dr Precious N Chatterje-Doody, Critical Studies on Security, online version (2018), pp. 1-5.
‘Fake news and ‘post truth’: some preliminary notes’, Professor Stephen Hutchings, Russian Journal of Communication, 9:2 (2017), pp. 212-214.
‘Staging the Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 on Russia Today and BBC World News: From soft power to geopolitical crisis’– Professor Stephen Hutchings, Professor Marie Gillespie, Dr Ilya Yablokov, Dr Alexander Voss, Mr Ilia Lvov, Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, May 2015.
Forthcoming academic publications
‘From Russophone to Russophobe: Eurovision 2017 and Russian-speaking social media audiences in the age of the ‘information war’ – Vitaly Kazakov and Professor Stephen Hutchings, forthcoming in Freedom of Speech and Critical Journalism in the Russian Media Sphere edited by Katja Lehtisaari and Mariëlle Wijermars.
Special issue of European Journal of Cultural Studies (6 articles) currently under review