Reality shock. From the representation of consumption to the representation of war

Pavel Rodkin. Reality shock. From the representation of consumption to the representation of war: Critical essay. New

Moscow, 2016.
112 pages. — Illustrated.
ISBN 978-5-903060-99-3

Place Brand-identification. Territorial branding: a new pragmatic identity

Pavel Rodkin. Place Brand-identification. Place branding: a new pragmatic identity

Moscow, 2016.
248 pages.— Illustrated.
ISBN 978-5-903060-70-2

The media and society. Three attempts to open the subject of power

Pavel Rodkin. The media and society. Three attempts to open the subject of power: Critical essay

Moscow, 2016.
72 pages. — Illustrated.
ISBN 978-5-903060-36-8

The revolution has lost color

Pavel Rodkin. The revolution has lost color. The «color revolutions» 2004—2014: Humanities and Communications phenomenon new type of war

Moscow, 2015.
120 pages.
ISBN 978-5-903060-47-4

Industrial brand of the future. Visual revolution during an epoch of the nuclear Renaissance

Pavel Rodkin. Industrial brand of the future. Visual revolution during an epoch of the nuclear Renaissance

Moscow, 2009.
112 pages. — Illustrated.
ISBN 978-5-91134-387-3

Visual politics. Brand of Russia

Pavel Rodkin. Visual politics. Brand of Russia

Moscow, 2007.
160 pages. — Illustrated.
ISBN 978-5-903060-12-2

Futurism and contemporary visual art

Pavel Rodkin. Futurism and contemporary visual art

Moscow, 2006.
256 pages. — Illustrated.
ISBN 5-903060-31-5

 

 

Trump's Confrontation With China Will Add Yet Another Headache to America
Pavel Rodkin, Associate Professor at the National Research University High School of Economics (NRU-HSE) and member of Rossiya Segodnya's Zinoviev Club, also believes that the potential economic conflict between China and the US will shatter the established balance of power.

Liberals and Power
The goals of liberal ideology and policy remain incomprehensible to Russian society, Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin asserts.

Globalism as a New Phase of Monopolism
A hundred years after its publication, Vladimir Lenin’s work titled “Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism” has not lost its significance in Russia, says Pavel Rodkin, a member of the Zinoviev Club.

Political branding in Russia and Kazakhstan
The global brand of color revolutions and integration is a successful competitor in Kazakhstan, the assistant professor of the department of integrated communications of the Higher School of Economics of the National Research University, Pavel Rodkin, said.

Aesthetics of death as a terrorist weapon
International terrorism uses consumer society’s language and technology for self-advertising, says Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin.

The Shock Doctrine: From Chicago Boys to Black International
No country in the world has escaped the shock therapy of global neoliberalism, writes Pavel Rodkin, a member of the Zinoviev Club.

The Traditional State and Civil Society
The traditional state is the last defender of freedom and social guarantees, says Pavel Rodkin, a member of the Zinoviev Club.

Philosophical aspect of the UN
Today the world is following the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, and experts of the Zinoviyev Club contributed to a discussion about the prospects of the UN. Pavel Rodkin, a member of the Zinoviyev Club, recalled that the UN was created on the basis of the ideology of progress and humanism, which determined the development of industrial society in the second half of the 20th century.

Consumption as an Ideology of Degeneration of 'Westernism'
Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin considers why consumption remains an absolute and uncontested value for Russian society.

What Color Revolution Does the United States Have in Mind for Russia?
New US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft will be packaging the coup in public protests, says Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin.

The Anti-Russian World
The formation of the anti-Russian world has been taking place for years in the post-Soviet space, primarily in the sphere of mentality rather than geography, according to Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin.

Dismantling the Welfare State
Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin analyzes Mikhail Prokhorov’s major new policy article and explains where global capitalism’s local emissaries want to lead Russia.

Pavel Rodkin

PhD Art History. Associate Professor at National research university Higher school of economics Department of Integrated Communications.

Member of Moscow Union of Artists.

Member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club

The expert on visual communications and branding.

Author of books, studies and publications on corporate and government communications, branding, design and media. Columnist in russian mass media.

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