Stanislav Budnitsky (@sbudnitsky) is a doctoral student at the School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University (Ottawa). He holds a BA in Journalism (2009) and MA in Media Management (2011) from the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), as well as an MA in Nationalism Studies (2012) from the Central European University (Budapest, Hungary).
Stanislav has interned and worked as a writer and producer with Reuters, The Los Angeles Times, BBC radio and television, CNN International, Showtime, and other English and Russian-language media. Stanislav is a 2005-2006 fellow of the IREX Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD) and a 2013-2014 fellow of the Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum. Currently, Stanislav is a Doctoral Fellow with The SecDev Foundation think tank.
Stanislav researches and writes on global media, soft power, geopolitics of Internet governance, and contemporary Russian politics and media.
- Russia's "Sputnik News" Signals Renewed Information Race | CPD Blog | Dec 3, 2014
- Stanford U.S.—Russia Forum: Model Exchange Diplomacy? | CPD Blog | Jun 2, 2014
- Putin’s Public Diplomacy Over Syria in the NYT | CPD Blog | Sep 13, 2013
- “Anti-Russian Propaganda in the UK”: The PR Wars | CPD Blog | Jul 23, 2013
- Kontinental Hockey League: Soft Power of the Tough Game | CPD Blog | Feb 14, 2013
- Russia to Embrace Soft Power | CPD Blog | Jan 23, 2013