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Casula, Philipp (2015). The Syrian Conflict through Russian Eyes revisited. Russian Analytical Digest, 175:6-10.

Casula, Philipp (2015). Between “ethnocide” and “genocide”: violence and Otherness in the coverage of the Afghanistan and Chechnya wars. Nationalities Papers, 43(5):700-718.

Casula, Philipp (2015). Five Days of War and Olympus Inferno: the 2008 South Ossetia war in Russian and Western popular culture. Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, 9(2):110-125.

Casula, Philipp (2015). Le Olimpiadi di Soči, specchio del nazionalismo e del multiculturalismo russi. Nazioni e Regioni, 5:7-26.

Casula, Philipp (2014). Populismus bei Ernesto Laclau - Konzepte zur Analyse der nationalistischen Renaissance in Europa. Widerspruch (Zürich), 65:179-188.

Casula, Philipp (2014). Russia’s and Europe’s borderlands: between sovereign intervention and security management. Problems of Post-Communism, 61(6):n/a.

Casula, Philipp (2014). The Road to Crimea: Putin's Foreign Policy Between Reason of State, Sovereignty and Bio-Politics. Russian Analytical Digest, 148:2-5.

Casula, Philipp (2013). The Syrian Conflict through Russian Eyes. Zurich: Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich; Research Centre for East European Studies, University of Bremen; Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University.

Casula, Philipp (2013). Sovereign democracy, populism, and depoliticization in Russia. Power and discourse during Putin's first presidency. Problems of Post-Communism, 60(3):3-15.

Identities and politics during the Putin presidency: the discursive foundations of Russia's stability. Edited by: Casula, Philipp; Perovic, Jeronim (2009). Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag.

Müller, Martin (2009). Rethinking identification with the hegemonic discourse of a ‘strong Russia’ through Laclau and Mouffe. In: Casula, Philipp; Perović, Jeronim. Identities and politics during the Putin presidency: the discursive foundations of Russia's stability. Stuttgart: ibidem, 327-347.

Perović, Jeronim; Casula, Philipp (2009). The stabilization of Russia during the Putin presidency: critical reflections. In: Casula, Philipp; Perovic, Jeronim. Identities and politics during the Putin presidency: the discursive foundations of Russia's stability. Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 19-30.

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