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Which European countries have laws that closely resemble the Russian law against discrediting the armed forces?

Belarus. Reuters (2023-03-10): Under another change approved by Lukashenko on Thursday, anybody found guilty of "discrediting" the Belarusian armed forces will face a jail term. The ...
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Which European countries have laws that closely resemble the Russian law against discrediting the armed forces?

None, if you ask for "closely resembling". Surely, if you would publish in a press that famous NATO general keeps his dog in cage on nails and NATO troops rape girls in Ukraine, the only ...
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Which European countries have laws that closely resemble the Russian law against discrediting the armed forces?

A OSCE paper from 2017, Scott Griffen (Author/Lead Researcher), Barbara Trionfi (Managing Editor): Defamation and Insult Laws in the OSCE Region: A Comparative Study (Commissioned by the OSCE ...
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Why would Putin or Russia benefit from a weak EU or weak EU countries?

Russia does not (necessarily) benefit per se from problems in the EU or in individual EU countries. What Russia does benefit from is the breaking apart of large, cohesive negotiating groups into ...
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