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the kremlin’s сunning, new containment, and true meaning of the fiscal reform /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2742-the-kremlin’s-сunning,-new-restraint,-and-true-meaning-of-the-fiscal-reform
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in this week’s media roundup, tatiana stanovaya analyzes the surprising announcement that putin’s next term might be his last; nikolai petrov writes about a series of resignations among russian governors; alexander baunov dissects the current setback in the trump-putin “bromance,” and kirill rogov explains the grim reality behind the much discussed proposals for fiscal reforms in russia. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2742-the-kremlin’s-сunning,-new-restraint,-and-true-meaning-of-the-fiscal-reform
analysis /en/analysis
economics /en/analysis/economy
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sergey aleksashenko: “rosstat is trying to create the illusion of growth” /en/analysis/economy/2741-sergey-aleksashenko-“rosstat-is-trying-to-create-the-illusion-of-growth”
sergey aleksashenko /en/component/contact/contact/68
in his latest commentary about recent developments in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, notes that federal state statistics service new data creates more confusion about the state of the economy and argues that the central bank’s recent decision to keep the key rate unchanged may further damage the economy’s chances for growth. /en/analysis/economy/2741-sergey-aleksashenko-“rosstat-is-trying-to-create-the-illusion-of-growth”
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media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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navalny’s guilty sentence, the kremlin’s meddling in france, and legacy of the soviet camp /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2738-navalny’s-guilty-sentence,-the-kremlin’s-meddling-in-france,-and-legacy-of-the-soviet-camp
in this week’s roundup, dmitry oreshkin argues that alexei navalny will not be allowed to run in the 2018 presidential elections; tatiana stanovaya writes about the kremlin’s attacks on the french frontrunner; alexander rubtsov discusses the specifics of political narcissism in russia; maxim samorukov explains what prevents the eastern european regimes from sliding into full authoritarianism following the russian example; and mikhail piotrovsky talks about the state’s encroachment on the country’s art and culture. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2738-navalny’s-guilty-sentence,-the-kremlin’s-meddling-in-france,-and-legacy-of-the-soviet-camp
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- /en/analysis/economy/2728-sergey-aleksashenko-“our-economy-is-sinking-deeper-and-deeper-into-a-swamp-of-stagnation”
sergey aleksashenko: “the budget is caught in a vicious circle” /en/analysis/economy/2728-sergey-aleksashenko-“our-economy-is-sinking-deeper-and-deeper-into-a-swamp-of-stagnation”
in his latest commentary about recent developments in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes the reasons for the strengthening of the ruble, expresses cautious optimism concerning the automotive market, shows skepticism concerning the mortgage market, and once more notes the inconsistency of the actions of the finance ministry and the russian central bank. /en/analysis/economy/2728-sergey-aleksashenko-“our-economy-is-sinking-deeper-and-deeper-into-a-swamp-of-stagnation”
economics /en/analysis/economy
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sergey aleksashenko: “the worst is yet to come for russia’s economy” /en/analysis/economy/2698-sergey-aleksashenko-“the-worst-is-yet-to-come-for-russia’s-economy”
in his latest commentary about recent events in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes available rosstat data for 2016 and concludes that, with the exception of a few industries (agriculture, fishery, extractive sector, electricity), the economy continues to decline. /en/analysis/economy/2698-sergey-aleksashenko-“the-worst-is-yet-to-come-for-russia’s-economy”
economics /en/analysis/economy
- /en/analysis/economy/2686-sergey-aleksashenko-“everything-looks-exactly-like-it-s-supposed-to-during-a-recession”
sergey aleksashenko: “everything looks exactly like it's supposed to during a recession” /en/analysis/economy/2686-sergey-aleksashenko-“everything-looks-exactly-like-it-s-supposed-to-during-a-recession”
in his latest commentary about recent events in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes the statistics for the third quarter and notes a slight upswing in the economy. however, the positive trend may be unstable, so it’s too soon to start talking about the end of the recession. /en/analysis/economy/2686-sergey-aleksashenko-“everything-looks-exactly-like-it-s-supposed-to-during-a-recession”
opinions /en/opinions
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anatoly vishnevsky: “the main conflict of our age is the one between modernity and tradition.” /en/opinions/2726-anatoly-vishnevsky-“the-main-conflict-of-our-age-is-the-one-between-modernity-and-tradition-”
denis volkov /en/authors/denis-volkov
denis volkov, a sociologist at the levada center, talks with anatoly vishnevsky, russia's leading demographer, director of the hse institute of demography and editor-in-chief of the online publication “demoscope weekly”, about global demographic processes and their consequences such as the confrontation between traditional and modern society, the disintegration of the traditional family, the growing migrant crisis, issues of political modernization, and the russian government’s pursuit of the utopia of the past. /en/opinions/2726-anatoly-vishnevsky-“the-main-conflict-of-our-age-is-the-one-between-modernity-and-tradition-”
- /en/opinions/2596-leon-aron-“don’t-expect-a-new-détente-between-russia-and-the-west”
leon aron: “don’t expect a new détente between russia and the west” /en/opinions/2596-leon-aron-“don’t-expect-a-new-détente-between-russia-and-the-west”
olga khvostunova /en/authors/olga-khvostunova
the institute of modern russia continues its series of interviews with experts on the political situation in russia, its relations with the west, and the future of the country’s political system. olga khvostunova, editor-in-chief of imrussia.org, spoke with dr. leon aron, director of russian studies at the american enterprise institute (aei), about the putin regime’s domestic imperatives, reasons behind the cooling of relations between russia and the west, and the “pie in the sky” dream of american presidents. /en/opinions/2596-leon-aron-“don’t-expect-a-new-détente-between-russia-and-the-west”
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who is to blame for what happened to the russian constitution, and what do we do about it now? /en/opinions/2489-who-is-to-blame-for-what-happened-to-the-russian-constitution,-and-what-do-we-do-about-it-now
mikhail khodorkovsky, founder of the open russia movement, discusses why the russian constitution is “no more than a piece of paper—a sham symbol of federalism, freedom and democracy.” /en/opinions/2489-who-is-to-blame-for-what-happened-to-the-russian-constitution,-and-what-do-we-do-about-it-now
the rundown /en/the-rundown
event briefings /en/the-rundown/event-briefings
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u.s. pundits: breakthrough with russia is unrealistic, white house should seek progress on specific topics /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2734-u-s-pundits-breakthrough-with-russia-is-unrealistic,-white-house-should-seek-progress-on-specific-topics
on february 9, 2017, the carnegie endowment for international peace and the chicago council on global affairs hosted a joint event dedicated to the launch of a report on the findings of a high-level bipartisan task force on u.s. policy toward russia, ukraine, and eurasia. as part of the launch, a group of distinguished u.s. experts and officials discussed the guiding principles for a sustainable u.s. policy approach. /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2734-u-s-pundits-breakthrough-with-russia-is-unrealistic,-white-house-should-seek-progress-on-specific-topics
event briefings /en/the-rundown/event-briefings
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u.s. senators hold a hearing on russia, witnesses urge a tougher u.s. stance /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2732-u-s-senators-hold-a-hearing-on-russia,-witnesses-urge-a-tougher-u-s-stance
on february 9, 2017, the u.s. senate committee on foreign relations held a hearing on the u.s.-russia relationship and the challenges facing the two countries in the near future. general philip m. breedlove, former nato supreme allied commander in europe, and julianne smith of the center for new american strategy presented their testimonies to the senators. /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2732-u-s-senators-hold-a-hearing-on-russia,-witnesses-urge-a-tougher-u-s-stance
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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the kremlin and the 1917 revolution, rosstat’s shaky calculations, and the rules of gubernatorial survival /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2730-the-kremlin-and-the-1917-revolution,-rosstat’s-shaky-calculations,-and-the-rules-of-gubernatorial-survival
in this week’s media highlights, alexander arkhangelsky explains why the kremlin avoids an ethical assessment of the 1917 revolution; igor nikolayev questions rosstat’s recent data; alexander kynev discusses the beginning of a new wave of reshuffles among russia’s governors; pavel kanygin writes about the assassination of the last “people’s commander” in donbass; and artyom shaibman delves into the meaning of the recent tensions between russia and belarus. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2730-the-kremlin-and-the-1917-revolution,-rosstat’s-shaky-calculations,-and-the-rules-of-gubernatorial-survival
book reviews /en/book-reviews
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how experts see america’s world role in the trump era /en/book-reviews/2721-how-experts-see-america’s-world-role-in-the-trump-era
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what the west can do about putin’s master plan /en/book-reviews/2671-what-the-west-can-do-about-putin’s-master-plan
- /en/book-reviews/2505-no-putin,-no-russia
no putin, no russia? /en/book-reviews/2505-no-putin,-no-russia
living immortality, russian economy in 2017, how big is russia's inequality gap, and the kremlin’s risky plans /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2710-russian-economy-in-2017,-kremlin’s-risky-plans,-and-how-russian-tv-programming-reflects-the-regime
who needs strategies, the crumbling power vertical, trump’s nuclear deal with russia, and the impossible partnership /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2714-who-needs-strategies,-the-crumbling-power-vertical,-trump’s-nuclear-deal-with-russia,-the-impossible-partnership
2016 paradoxes, tu-154 tragedy, the story of soviet man and when the regime will fall /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2707-2016-paradoxes,-tu-154-tragedy,-the-story-of-soviet-man-and-when-the-regime-will-fall
the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? /en/analysis/law/2683-the-case-of-ildar-dadin-restoration-of-bolshevik-style-law
sergey aleksashenko: “the worst is yet to come for russia’s economy” /en/analysis/economy/2698-sergey-aleksashenko-“the-worst-is-yet-to-come-for-russia’s-economy”
the boris nemtsov forum in brussels releases full report

russian opposition leader boris nemtsov was assassinated two years ago. while the investigation is stalling, nemtsov’s friends, colleagues, and allies from both russia and the west continue to uphold his legacy—a democratic future for russia. 

/en/news/2743-the-boris-nemtsov-forum-in-brussels-releases-full-report
vladimir kara-murza: “i’ve always been and always will be with open russia” in his first interview after recovering from a coma, open russia (or) coordinator vladimir kara-murza told or correspondent roman popkov that he is preparing for a long-term recovery but is not planning to roll back his political activity in the future. as for what caused his poisoning, kara-murza suggested to wait for the toxicology reports.  /en/news/2737-vladimir-kara-murza-“i’ve-always-been-and-always-will-be-with-open-russia”
the 2016 tauride readings held in st. petersburg on december 8 and 9, 2016, the tauride palace in st. petersburg hosted the 10th annual tauride readings, an international academic conference on parliamentary history. among the presenters at the forum was imr senior advisor vladimir kara-murza. /en/news/2703-the-2016-tauride-readings-held-in-st-petersburg
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imr institute of modern russia en ru search ... facebook twitter vk instagram google plus linkedin analysispoliticseconomylawnationworldopinionsnews the rundownmedia must-readsresearch recapsevent briefingsbook reviewsresearchprojectseventsabout us the kremlin’s сunning, new containment, and true meaning of the fiscal reform russian media roundup, february 18-24, 2017 details 24 february 2017 in this week’s media roundup, tatiana stanovaya analyzes the surprising announcement that putin’s next term might be his last; nikolai petrov writes about a series of resignations among russian governors; alexander baunov dissects the current setback in the trump-putin “bromance,” and kirill rogov explains the grim reality behind the much discussed proposals for fiscal reforms in russia. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. details analysis economics sergey aleksashenko: “rosstat is trying to create the illusion of growth” details 23 february 2017 sergey aleksashenko in his latest commentary about recent developments in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, notes that federal state statistics service new data creates more confusion about the state of the economy and argues that the central bank’s recent decision to keep the key rate unchanged may further damage the economy’s chances for growth. details the rundown media must-reads navalny’s guilty sentence, the kremlin’s meddling in france, and legacy of the soviet camp russian media roundup, february 10-17 details 17 february 2017 in this week’s roundup, dmitry oreshkin argues that alexei navalny will not be allowed to run in the 2018 presidential elections; tatiana stanovaya writes about the kremlin’s attacks on the french frontrunner; alexander rubtsov discusses the specifics of political narcissism in russia; maxim samorukov explains what prevents the eastern european regimes from sliding into full authoritarianism following the russian example; and mikhail piotrovsky talks about the state’s encroachment on the country’s art and culture. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. analysis details economics sergey aleksashenko: “the budget is caught in a vicious circle” details 09 february 2017 sergey aleksashenko in his latest commentary about recent developments in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes the reasons for the strengthening of the ruble, expresses cautious optimism concerning the automotive market, shows skepticism concerning the mortgage market, and once more notes the inconsistency of the actions of the finance ministry and the russian central bank. details economics sergey aleksashenko: “the worst is yet to come for russia’s economy” details 23 december 2016 sergey aleksashenko in his latest commentary about recent events in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes available rosstat data for 2016 and concludes that, with the exception of a few industries (agriculture, fishery, extractive sector, electricity), the economy continues to decline. details economics sergey aleksashenko: “everything looks exactly like it's supposed to during a recession” details 02 december 2016 sergey aleksashenko in his latest commentary about recent events in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes the statistics for the third quarter and notes a slight upswing in the economy. however, the positive trend may be unstable, so it’s too soon to start talking about the end of the recession. opinions anatoly vishnevsky: “the main conflict of our age is the one between modernity and tradition.” details 04 february 2017 denis volkov denis volkov, a sociologist at the levada center, talks with anatoly vishnevsky, russia's leading demographer, director of the hse institute of demography and editor-in-chief of the online publication “demoscope weekly”, about global demographic processes and their consequences such as the confrontation between traditional and modern society, the disintegration of the traditional family, the growing migrant crisis, issues of political modernization, and the russian government’s pursuit of the utopia of the past. leon aron: “don’t expect a new détente between russia and the west” details 26 july 2016 olga khvostunova the institute of modern russia continues its series of interviews with experts on the political situation in russia, its relations with the west, and the future of the country’s political system. olga khvostunova, editor-in-chief of imrussia.org, spoke with dr. leon aron, director of russian studies at the american enterprise institute (aei), about the putin regime’s domestic imperatives, reasons behind the cooling of relations between russia and the west, and the “pie in the sky” dream of american presidents. who is to blame for what happened to the russian constitution, and what do we do about it now? details 17 december 2015 mikhail khodorkovsky mikhail khodorkovsky, founder of the open russia movement, discusses why the russian constitution is “no more than a piece of paper—a sham symbol of federalism, freedom and democracy.” the rundown details event briefings u.s. pundits: breakthrough with russia is unrealistic, white house should seek progress on specific topics details 16 february 2017 daniel frey on february 9, 2017, the carnegie endowment for international peace and the chicago council on global affairs hosted a joint event dedicated to the launch of a report on the findings of a high-level bipartisan task force on u.s. policy toward russia, ukraine, and eurasia. as part of the launch, a group of distinguished u.s. experts and officials discussed the guiding principles for a sustainable u.s. policy approach. details event briefings u.s. senators hold a hearing on russia, witnesses urge a tougher u.s. stance details 15 february 2017 daniel frey on february 9, 2017, the u.s. senate committee on foreign relations held a hearing on the u.s.-russia relationship and the challenges facing the two countries in the near future. general philip m. breedlove, former nato supreme allied commander in europe, and julianne smith of the center for new american strategy presented their testimonies to the senators. details media must-reads the kremlin and the 1917 revolution, rosstat’s shaky calculations, and the rules of gubernatorial survival details 10 february 2017 in this week’s media highlights, alexander arkhangelsky explains why the kremlin avoids an ethical assessment of the 1917 revolution; igor nikolayev questions rosstat’s recent data; alexander kynev discusses the beginning of a new wave of reshuffles among russia’s governors; pavel kanygin writes about the assassination of the last “people’s commander” in donbass; and artyom shaibman delves into the meaning of the recent tensions between russia and belarus. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. book reviews how experts see america’s world role in the trump era what the west can do about putin’s master plan no putin, no russia? numbers of the week according to the latest studies by two media monitoring companies—medialogy and scan (part of interfax),—last month u.s president donald trump surpassed russian president vladimir putin in terms of mentions in the russian media by about 25 percent: 202,000 media mentions of trump vs. 147,000 media mentions of putin. according to some experts, this phenomenon is linked to the chronic lack of alternatives in the russian politics. trending living immortality, russian economy in 2017, how big is russia's inequality gap, and the kremlin’s risky plans who needs strategies, the crumbling 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