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Discussion in Russia about domestic violence has gotten more serious over the past few years, and a showdown seems to be on the horizon.
News of Russian courts punishing people for what they write or comment online is no longer anything out of the ordinary.
The idea of separate and competing government powers may have found its first expression in a constitution composed in 1710, in Ukraine.
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov is on the 15th day of a hunger strike in a northern-Siberian prison. Anton Dolin explains how Sentsov's case is a sad miscarriage of justice, and what one can or cannot do about it.
The year's coldest ride, hottest statue, most scandalous yoga teacher, and best way to learn the names of all of Russia's federal subjects. And it's just the first TWERF of the year.
Baby BOCh rVF 260602 may have to change his name. Plus, Russia's protest potential, the shrinking middle class, and dabbling with Shamanism.
Russia’s law on foreign agents may be getting increasingly draconian. In its latest iteration, any charity could be deemed a political tool of international forces.
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