Rebecca Batley 8 September 2022
- Rebecca Batley 14 March 2022Patriarch Kirill’s full embracing of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is fuelling an outright rebellion among priests and bishops – not just in Ukraine.
- Branko Milanovic 28 February 2022The “history lesson” which laid the theoretical ground for it all, analysed by prof. Branko Milanovic
- José Casanova 14 February 2022As Vladimir Putin has made clear, a military intervention in Ukraine would be the direct consequence of Russia’s refusal to accept the post-1989 order, in political, security and even cultural-religious terms – writes prof. José Casanova in the introduction to our dedicated Dossier.
- Rebecca Batley 8 March 2021The wife of jailed dissident Alexei Navalny is emerging as an increasingly popular figure in Russia’s opposition. Will she take up the role and openly defy the regime?
- Giovanna Pavesi 3 September 2020From Khodorkovsky to Navalny, the invisible hand behind an endless series of political aggressions
- Simone Disegni 27 August 2020As EU foreign ministers meet in Berlin, they have no easy option to respond to the double crisis at its Eastern doors. ECFR’s Gustav Gressel explains why.
- Mariano Giustino 13 November 2019With the US completely out of the scene, the military operation against the Kurds consolidates the two clear protagonists of the new Great Game: Turkey and Russia. The Kurdish question remains, once again, unanswered.
- Giovanna De Maio 13 October 2019As the fall season starts to kick in in Russia, the streets of Moscow and other major cities are still heated up by activists and demonstrators that over the past couple of months have been contesting the power of President Vladimir Putin.