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Arts and Life
Articles by David Kharebov
How a Small Russian Election Inspired a Big Political Movement
A grassroots campaign aims to overturn Russia's political landscape, starting with the Moscow municipal election.
How Telegram Channeled Russia’s Political Intrigue
In January this year, Russia’s state-run television channel Rossia-24 aired a special report featuring an anonymous political blogger.
Nemtsov Killers' Sentencing Brings Little Closure
The man who shot Boris Nemtsov in the back in 2015 has been given a 20-year sentence.
Russia’s Expert Advice: How Putin Should Tackle His First Trump Meeting
The two presidents are set to meet for the first time today on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Germany.
How Russian Tycoon Vladimir Yevtushenkov Is Set to Lose More of His Wealth
In a sequel to the original Bashneft saga, Igor Sechin, Putin’s powerful ally, is once again proving he is among the strongest players in Russia’s...
Russia’s Big Brother Is Trying To Watch You (But Is Annoyed You Won't Let Him.)
Russian authorities want to wipe anonymity out of the Internet. But is it possible?
Moscow's Most Racist Landlords Revealed
It is illegal for Russian landlords to discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity or nationality. But the city's property listings tell a different story...
6 Places You Need to Visit on Russia's Free Far East E-Visa
Russia is introducing a new e-visa scheme for tourists visiting the country's Far East. Here's how to make the most of it.