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living immortality, russian economy in 2017, how big is russia's inequality gap, and the kremlin’s risky plans
2016 paradoxes, tu-154 tragedy, the story of soviet man and when the regime will fall
the 2016 tauride readings held in st. petersburg
sergey aleksashenko: “the worst is yet to come for russia’s economy”
sergey aleksashenko: “everything looks exactly like it's supposed to during a recession”
the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law?
leon aron: “don’t expect a new détente between russia and the west”
who is to blame for what happened to the russian constitution, and what do we do about it now?
robert orttung: ‘the tension is going to build up in russia until you have a revolution’
assassination of russia’s ambassador in turkey, political narcissism, and gleb pavlovsky on navalny’s challenge
tillerson and putin, navalny’s presidency bid, and the greatest myths about ussr
russia’s politics after the u.s. elections, the dulles plan 2.0., and non-revolutionary situation
what the west can do about putin’s master plan
no putin, no russia?
who will win in the new cold war?
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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
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in this weekly media highlights, alexander rubtsov reflects on the sad state of affairs in the russian show business; andrei movchan offers his outlook for the russian economy in 2017; meduza fact-checks alexei navalny’s presidential program; valery solovey shares his insights on the country’s political developments; and peter topychkanov discusses the kremlin’s potential response to donald trump’s nuclear initiatives. 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/2710-russian-economy-in-2017,-kremlin’s-risky-plans,-and-how-russian-tv-programming-reflects-the-regime
the rundown /en/the-rundown
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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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
in this week’s media highlights, kirill rogov observes the paradoxes of the public mood; lev gudkov explains why soviet man was preserved in the russian public consciousness; arkady dubnov argues that the soviet union disintegrated due to developments in the soviet republics; denis volkov shows how the “war of words” over the recent tu-154 crash is splitting society; and vladislav inozemtsev predicts when the regime will collapse. 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/2707-2016-paradoxes,-tu-154-tragedy,-the-story-of-soviet-man-and-when-the-regime-will-fall
news /en/news
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the 2016 tauride readings held in st. petersburg /en/news/2703-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
analysis /en/analysis
economics /en/analysis/economy
- /en/analysis/economy/2698-sergey-aleksashenko-“the-worst-is-yet-to-come-for-russia’s-economy”
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”
law /en/analysis/law
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the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? /en/analysis/law/2683-the-case-of-ildar-dadin-restoration-of-bolshevik-style-law
ekaterina mishina /en/authors/ekaterina-mishina
the case of ildar dadin, the first russian citizen convicted under article 212.1 of the russian criminal code for repeated violations of the established rules of holding mass events, has been recently attracting widespread attention of the media and human rights activists. in a letter sent to his wife, ildar dadin revealed that since his arrival at the prison colony in segezha he has been subjected to beatings and torture at the hands of prison staff. imr legal expert ekaterina mishina analyzes ildar dadin’s case and notes that it will eventually become one of the most striking textbook examples of the restoration of bolshevik-style criminal law in post-soviet russia. /en/analysis/law/2683-the-case-of-ildar-dadin-restoration-of-bolshevik-style-law
opinions /en/opinions
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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”
- /en/opinions/2489-who-is-to-blame-for-what-happened-to-the-russian-constitution,-and-what-do-we-do-about-it-now
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
- /en/opinions/2478-robert-orttung-‘the-tension-is-going-to-build-up-in-russia-until-you-have-a-revolution’
robert orttung: ‘the tension is going to build up in russia until you have a revolution’ /en/opinions/2478-robert-orttung-‘the-tension-is-going-to-build-up-in-russia-until-you-have-a-revolution’
ezekiel pfeifer /en/authors/ezekiel-pfeifer
as the russian economy flounders due to the low price of oil, the possibility of social unrest has risen, leading putin’s government to clench its grip on the media and the political system. but will its approach backfire as the tension builds? imr analyst ezekiel pfeifer spoke with dr. robert orttung, professor of international affairs at george washington university, about the kremlin propaganda machine, putin’s sky-high approval rating, and the likelihood of revolutionary change in russia. /en/opinions/2478-robert-orttung-‘the-tension-is-going-to-build-up-in-russia-until-you-have-a-revolution’
the rundown /en/the-rundown
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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assassination of russia’s ambassador in turkey, political narcissism, and gleb pavlovsky on navalny’s challenge /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2699-assassination-of-russia’s-ambassador-in-turkey,-political-narcissism,-and-gleb-pavlovsky-on-navalny’s-challenge
in this week’s media highlights, alexander baunov, leonid isayev and yekaterina chulkovskaya offer their views on the context and the consequences of russian ambassador andrei karlov’s assassination in ankara; alexander rubtsov continues his series of essays on russia’s political narcissism; and gleb pavlovsky shares his insight on alexey navalny’s presidency bid. 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/2699-assassination-of-russia’s-ambassador-in-turkey,-political-narcissism,-and-gleb-pavlovsky-on-navalny’s-challenge
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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tillerson and putin, navalny’s presidency bid, and the greatest myths about ussr /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2693-tillerson-and-putin,-navalny’s-presidency-bid,-and-the-biggest-myths-about-ussr
in this week’s media highlights, vladimir milov discusses the potential relationship between putin and future u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson; alexei makarkin argues that the kremlin will not let opposition leader alexei navalny run in the 2018 presidential elections; alexander rubtsov suggests that putin may launch his own prerestroika; kirill martynov explains nikita mikhalkov’s attack on the yeltsin-center; and meduza debunks the most common soviet myths. 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/2693-tillerson-and-putin,-navalny’s-presidency-bid,-and-the-biggest-myths-about-ussr
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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russia’s politics after the u.s. elections, the dulles plan 2.0., and non-revolutionary situation /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2689-russia’s-politics-after-the-u-s-elections,-the-dulles-plan-2-0-,-and-non-revolutionary-situation
in this week’s media highlights, dmitry trenin details moscow’s foreign policy options under trump’s presidency; leonid volkov discusses russia’s new information security doctrine; dmitry travin draws parallels between the 1917 and 2017 political developments; boris grozovsky explains why russians have come to terms with endemic corruption; and novaya gazeta provides expert views on rosneft’s share offload to glencore. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2689-russia’s-politics-after-the-u-s-elections,-the-dulles-plan-2-0-,-and-non-revolutionary-situation
book reviews /en/book-reviews
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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
- /en/book-reviews/2496-who-will-win-in-the-new-cold-war
who will win in the new cold war? /en/book-reviews/2496-who-will-win-in-the-new-cold-war
sergey aleksashenko: “i am almost certain there will be a future weakening of the ruble” /en/analysis/economy/2658-sergey-aleksashenko-“i-am-almost-certain-there-will-be-a-future-weakening-of-the-ruble”
sergey aleksashenko: “i’d like to believe the worst is over for the russian people” /en/analysis/economy/2674-sergey-aleksashenko-“it-would-be-nice-to-believe-that-the-worst-is-already-over-for-the-russian-people”
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
cold war 2.0, realistic reset with putin, and russia’s new abnormality /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2656-cold-war-2-0,-realistic-reset-with-putin,-and-russia’s-new-abnormality
the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? /en/analysis/law/2683-the-case-of-ildar-dadin-restoration-of-bolshevik-style-law
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
screenings of nemtsov documentary held in russia public screenings of nemtsov, a documentary film by vladimir v. kara-murza, have begun across russia. the film’s russian premiere was held in nizhny novgorod; screenings also took place in moscow, st. petersburg, yaroslavl, and kazan. the documentary will be shown in other russian cities, as well as outside russia. /en/news/2695-screenings-of-nemtsov-documentary-held-in-russia
new report | russia’s healthcare system: current state of affairs and the need for reforms the institute of modern russia continues the work on developing a reform program for post-putin russia—an initiative that we launched earlier this year. as part of this initiative, today we are presenting a new report titled “russia’s healthcare system: current state of affairs and the need for reforms” that outlines the dire situation in the country’s healthcare and offers policy solutions that can facilitate the much needed change. /en/news/2664-russia’s-healthcare-system-current-state-of-affairs-and-the-need-for-reforms
more /en/news
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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 living immortality, russian economy in 2017, how big is russia's inequality gap, and the kremlin’s risky plans january 1-13, 2017 details published: 13 january 2017 in this weekly media highlights, alexander rubtsov reflects on the sad state of affairs in the russian show business; andrei movchan offers his outlook for the russian economy in 2017; meduza fact-checks alexei navalny’s presidential program; valery solovey shares his insights on the country’s political developments; and peter topychkanov discusses the kremlin’s potential response to donald trump’s nuclear initiatives. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. details parent category: the rundown category: media must-reads 2016 paradoxes, tu-154 tragedy, the story of soviet man and when the regime will fall december 24-30, 2016 details published: 30 december 2016 in this week’s media highlights, kirill rogov observes the paradoxes of the public mood; lev gudkov explains why soviet man was preserved in the russian public consciousness; arkady dubnov argues that the soviet union disintegrated due to developments in the soviet republics; denis volkov shows how the “war of words” over the recent tu-154 crash is splitting society; and vladislav inozemtsev predicts when the regime will collapse. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. details category: news the 2016 tauride readings held in st. petersburg details published: 27 december 2016 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. analysis details category: economics sergey aleksashenko: “the worst is yet to come for russia’s economy” details published: 23 december 2016 written by 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 category: economics sergey aleksashenko: “everything looks exactly like it's supposed to during a recession” details published: 02 december 2016 written by 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. details category: law the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? details published: 29 november 2016 written by ekaterina mishina the case of ildar dadin, the first russian citizen convicted under article 212.1 of the russian criminal code for repeated violations of the established rules of holding mass events, has been recently attracting widespread attention of the media and human rights activists. in a letter sent to his wife, ildar dadin revealed that since his arrival at the prison colony in segezha he has been subjected to beatings and torture at the hands of prison staff. imr legal expert ekaterina mishina analyzes ildar dadin’s case and notes that it will eventually become one of the most striking textbook examples of the restoration of bolshevik-style criminal law in post-soviet russia. opinions leon aron: “don’t expect a new détente between russia and the west” details published: 26 july 2016 written by 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 published: 17 december 2015 written by 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.” robert orttung: ‘the tension is going to build up in russia until you have a revolution’ details published: 18 november 2015 written by ezekiel pfeifer as the russian economy flounders due to the low price of oil, the possibility of social unrest has risen, leading putin’s government to clench its grip on the media and the political system. but will its approach backfire as the tension builds? imr analyst ezekiel pfeifer spoke with dr. robert orttung, professor of international affairs at george washington university, about the kremlin propaganda machine, putin’s sky-high approval rating, and the likelihood of revolutionary change in russia. the rundown details category: media must-reads assassination of russia’s ambassador in turkey, political narcissism, and gleb pavlovsky on navalny’s challenge details published: 23 december 2016 in this week’s media highlights, alexander baunov, leonid isayev and yekaterina chulkovskaya offer their views on the context and the consequences of russian ambassador andrei karlov’s assassination in ankara; alexander rubtsov continues his series of essays on russia’s political narcissism; and gleb pavlovsky shares his insight on alexey navalny’s presidency bid. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. details category: media must-reads tillerson and putin, navalny’s presidency bid, and the greatest myths about ussr details published: 16 december 2016 in this week’s media highlights, vladimir milov discusses the potential relationship between putin and future u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson; alexei makarkin argues that the kremlin will not let opposition leader alexei navalny run in the 2018 presidential elections; alexander rubtsov suggests that putin may launch his own prerestroika; kirill martynov explains nikita mikhalkov’s attack on the yeltsin-center; and meduza debunks the most common soviet myths. if you are interested in receiving this weekly roundup in your mailbox every friday, let us know at info@imrussia.org. details category: media must-reads russia’s politics after the u.s. elections, the dulles plan 2.0., and non-revolutionary situation details published: 09 december 2016 in this week’s media highlights, dmitry trenin details moscow’s foreign policy options under trump’s presidency; leonid volkov discusses russia’s new information security doctrine; dmitry travin draws parallels between the 1917 and 2017 political developments; boris grozovsky explains why russians have come to terms with endemic corruption; and novaya gazeta provides expert views on rosneft’s share offload to glencore. book reviews what the west can do about putin’s master plan no putin, no russia? who will win in the new cold war? a message from imr on january 6, u.s. intelligence officials published a much anticipated report that essentially accused russian president vladimir putin of personally handling the campaign to interfere into the u.s. presidential elections. intelligence experts from cia, fbi and nsa also concluded that the hacking attacks on the democratic national convention last year were managed by the russian general staff of the armed forces' main intelligence directorate. the kremlin, following an established tradition, denied all the allegations, while russian president’s spokesperson dmitry peskov called the report “amateurishly emotional.” trending sergey aleksashenko: “i am almost certain there will be a future weakening of the ruble” sergey aleksashenko: “i’d like to believe the worst is over for the russian people” 2016 paradoxes, tu-154 tragedy, the story of soviet man and when the regime will fall cold war 2.0, realistic reset with putin, and russia’s new abnormality the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? news 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. screenings of nemtsov documentary held in russia public screenings of nemtsov, a documentary film by vladimir v. kara-murza, have begun across russia. the film’s russian premiere was held in nizhny novgorod; screenings also took place in moscow, st. petersburg, yaroslavl, and kazan. the documentary will be shown in other russian cities, as well as outside russia. new report | russia’s healthcare system: current state of affairs and the need for reforms the institute of modern russia continues the work on developing a reform program for post-putin russia—an initiative that we launched earlier this year. as part of this initiative, today we are presenting a new report titled “russia’s healthcare system: current state of affairs and the need for reforms” that outlines the dire situation in the country’s healthcare and offers policy solutions that can facilitate the much needed change. more subscriberour newsletter delivers a digest of analytical articles and op-eds published on our website, along with the latest updates on the imr activities on a monthly basis. email address javascript is currently disabled.please enable it for a better experience of jumi. back to top © 2010–2017 the institute of modern russia, inc. citation of material from this website is allowed without obtaining prior permission, provided that it includes a link to the original page. link should be placed directly in the body of the text, immediately following or preceding the citation. javascript is currently disabled.please enable it for a better experience of jumi.


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