July 1, 2014

Down the Rabbit Hole with Russia's Mysterious Leakers

Max Seddon, BuzzFeed


A series of sensational leaks have made the Anonymous International a hot topic for Kremlinologists. But who are they? And are they more than what they seem?

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June 19, 2014
Putin Is Afraid of Any Real Opposition
Nadya Tolokonnikova, Guardian
He just conquered Crimea. He has proclaimed himself a unifier. But Vladimir Putin's meddling in elections is another sign that his power is not as unconditional as he would have you believe. more ››
June 19, 2014
Russia's Bad Manners Will Be Its Downfall
Ivan Sukhov, Moscow Times
A wave of anger passed through Russia after Russian media widely broadcast Ukrainian Acting Foreign Minister Andriy Deshchytsia's obscene comment about President Vladimir Putin, made while attempting to calm... more ››
June 19, 2014
Putin's Stalinist Musings
Boston Globe
Historical memories of the Battle of Stalingrad evoke understandable patriotism in Russia’s World War II-era veterans, but the historical record of Stalin’s human-rights atrocities should evoke universal revulsion. Tens of... more ››
June 19, 2014
Putin Is Just Getting Started in Ukraine
Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast
Contrary to press claims that the Russian president has wound down his direct and indirect interference in east Ukraine, the opposite is the case—it’s getting much worse. more ››
June 18, 2014
Russia's Silver Lining
Chris Weafer, Moscow Times
In the midst of so much economic uncertainty and questions over how Russia will be able to attract the volume of foreign investment it desperately needs to boost long term growth, the one piece of good news is the price of oil. more ››