By Jeremy Becker
Navalny: A Thorn in the Kremlin’s Side
By Caitlin Ayre
The Russian Election: If Not Putin, Then Who?
By Murray Lang Correspondent, International Relations & Russian In March, Russia will hold an election. There will be campaigns of a sort. There will be debates and interviews. There will even be opposition rallies and protests. But none of this will change the result that Putin will serve a fourth term as president. But it…
The Man Behind Chechnya’s Purge of Gay Men
By Conor Tully Correspondent, Undergraduate IR & Russian Student On the 11th of April, Novaya Gazeta reported that over the course of February and March more than one hundred people accused of being homosexual had been illegally detained in Chechnya. Astonished at this development, further research by the Guardian, Meduza and Radio Liberty were all nonetheless…