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28 November 2013
Blogger Alexey Navalny has launched a new attack against five prominent Russian politicians, accusing them bribe-taking and failing to declare vast property holdings that include opulent mansions located outside Moscow.
26 November 2013
Lenin’s Mausoleum is no longer the most imposing structure in Moscow’s Red Square. From now until January 19, that honor belongs to a 20-foot-tall Louis Vuitton advertisement.
25 November 2013
But no consensus on whether Ukraine should continue the long process of EU accession or whether it should forge yet closer ties with Russia.
22 November 2013
Was the mastermind behind the Volgograd bus bombing killed by Russian special forces or captured by Dagestani civilians?
20 November 2013
Russians have consistently opposed measures aimed at restricting access to abortion. Despite this, there are indications the Russian government is moving to introduce restrictions on the practice.
19 November 2013
Is former Minister of Defense Serdyukov's new appointment a reward for his silence in a large-scale corruption scandal?
18 November 2013
Ethnic nationalism now seems to be enjoying a renaissance in Russia. The nationalist theme is especially pronounced in RuNet commentary, and Anglophone Russia bloggers have noticed this trend, too.
15 November 2013
Petr Pavlensky, the political artist who recently nailed his scrotum the pavement in Red Square, now faces the same “hooliganism” charges at the center of the Pussy Riot trial.
14 November 2013
Are modern hospitals shown on television fakes rolled out to bamboozle VIPs like Prime Minister Medvedev?
12 November 2013
One of Russia's most infamous artists has staked his scrotum to the cobblestones outside Lenin’s Mausoleum in Red Square. How have Russians reacted?