In the last few months, we at Free Russia Foundation have made consistent efforts: to expose Kremlin’s corruption and subversive plans surrounding Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline and to educate about agents of post-Soviet corruption in the West.
On December 25, the Central Election Commission of Russia (CEC) has released the decision to disqualify Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny from his presidential bid.
On Wednesday, Dec. 6, the Council of the District of Columbia held a public hearing on renaming a street in front of the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue to Boris Nemtsov Plaza, a gesture to honor the memory of Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition leader who was shot dead in Moscow in February 2015.
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The Free Russia Foundation documents and analyzes offensive cyber operations planned, commissioned and conducted by the Russian government against the United States and its allies.
The Civil Society in Russia continually struggles to find the space to truly focus on mission-driven activities.
Russia is quickly becoming a closed society, with virtually no independent media, rule of law. In addition there are many restrictions on free speech, assembly, attacks on political opposition and minorities.
The dialogue between civil societies, intercultural communication and business contacts forms an essential bridge between Russia and Western countries.
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