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Anna Kordunsky

Originally from Moscow, Anna holds a Master's degree from Columbia University. She has worked as a journalist in Russia and writes on international affairs and all things Russia-related. Follow her on Twitter at @AnnaKordunsky.

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Latest posts by Anna Kordunsky

19 July 2013

The Terrifying Potential of a Post-Navalny Russia

RuNet Echo

On the eve of being sentenced to a five-year term in a penal colony, Alexey Navalny blogged as irreverently as ever.

7 June 2013

Putin Loses His First Lady & RuNet Snarks

RuNet Echo

A three-person TV crew from Russia 24 standing in an empty Kremlin hallway, the black-suited reporter with her arms awkwardly crossed—that was the initial audience to Vladimir Putin’s announcement today,...

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