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31. United Across 9000 Kilometers

What unites Khabarovsk and Minsk?

Tags: protest, dissent, belarus, khabarovsk
32. Immigrants Protect Restaurant

A group of friends from Russia and the former CIS states banded together to ensure a Russian restaurant stayed safe during US protests.

Tags: restaurants, protest
33. Russian Police's Online Flashmob

Police officers in Russia are showing their support for a jailed community leader.

Tags: protest, police
34. Whatever it is, we're against it

If you believe the papers, Russia is in the grips of протестное настроение, which literally means a mood for protest, but which might be better translated as “loaded for bear.”

Tags: dissidence, protest
35. A Legal Message in a Bottle

Suing Putin (not over the protests) and selling a babushka's jam.

Tags: bears, Pushkin, Yekaterinburg, putin, Crimea, Vladivostok, navy, protest
36. When Artists Get on Board with Russian Protest

As opposition protests rock Moscow, we look at how contemporary artists have interpreted the actions of Russia's riot police.

Tags: omon, moscow, music, art, dissidence, protest
37. Missing Lakes, Concert Mistakes, and Séances with Darwin

Lakes vanish, free food appears, and a priest speaks to the dead.

Tags: protest, fish, Instagram, water, rock music, concert, shashlyki, Darwin
By Tiffany Zhu
38. Russians in the Dark, One Way or Another

It was a busy week in Russia: another round of pension protests, a pilgrimage for the Romanovs, and oh, the devil is working his magic.

Tags: protest, romanovs, World Cup, siberia, duma
By Irina Bukharin
39. How to name your baby (and not get arrested)

Baby BOCh rVF 260602 may have to change his name. Plus, Russia's protest potential, the shrinking middle class, and dabbling with Shamanism. 

Tags: Russia, law, protest, economy, Shamanism
By Alice E.M. Underwood
40. Bridge of Contention

It has been a year since Boris Nemtsov was shot as he walked along a bridge near the Kremlin, yet Russians continue to gather at his assassination site.

Tags: Nemtsov, politics, protest
By The Editors

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