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Sep 19 2018

Free Russia Foundation joins global resistance to authoritarianism

The annual Oslo Freedom Forum, which has taken place since 2009, was held in New York for the second time on Monday, September 17.

Sep 13 2018

Marina Litvinenko: we are trying to stop the Russian propaganda machine

Free Russia Foundation and the Atlantic Council organized this week an event with Marina Litvinenko – the widow of slain former intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko – and family friend Alexander Goldfarb, to discuss their defamation lawsuit against Russian TV channels in the U.S. The panel discussion, held on Tuesday, September 11, also considered Russia’s use of the disinformation to discredit accusations over the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and Sergei Skripal.

Aug 10 2018

Conflict of Interest is not Disclosed as Kremlin’s Lobbyist Interviewed on NPR

On July 12, 2018, NPR’s 1A Program covering NATO’s 2018 Summit in Brussels featured Frances G. Burwell identified as Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council (at 2:49 of the podcast).

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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.

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The Civil Society in Russia continually struggles to find the space to truly focus on mission-driven activities. 

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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.

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The dialogue between civil societies, intercultural communication and business contacts forms an essential bridge between Russia and Western countries. 

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