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Russian Internet: the Gov. vs the People?

Oct 29 2015

Twenty-five years have passed since the internet began uniting the world in a single network.  We began to live in an era of information and communication. For those of us who were born and grew up with the net, it was a fantastic opportunity to communicate with each other, to get instant access to any information or knowledge, to live in a free world without borders. More

Analysts predict grim outlook for the future of the Russian economy

Oct 28 2015

On October 26, 2015, at Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies, a panel discussion occurred centering around the future of the Russian economy and more specifically the large energy sector.

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#PutinKills Unknown Soldiers in the Undeclared War

Sep 29 2015

During last week, we kept telling you that ‪#‎PutinKills‬ reminds us about ordinary people who became victims of Putin’s regime in Russia. Earlier today, Vladimir Putin delivered his speech at the UN General Assembly, and we would like to share with you one more story – the story of unknown Russian soldiers.

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Is Putin personally complicit in radioactive poisoning of Litvinenko?

Sep 27 2015

Alexander Litvinenko, a former officer of Russian security service FSB, died of poisoning with the radioactive isotope Polonium-210 (P-210) in the first ever nuclear terrorist attack in November 2006 in London. In 2014, the UK Government established an official inquiry to investigate Mr. Litvinenko’s death.

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Nord-Ost. The Wait for Justice

Sep 26 2015

The Moscow theatre siege in many ways marked a turning point in how we perceive Vladimir Putin. It was the ruthless and needless gassing of hostages along with terrorists on the cold October night of 2002 that held an answer to the question many still had – who is Vladimir Putin?

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