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sechin’s acceleration, the karagodin effect, and new plan for ukraine’s crisis
the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law?
sergey aleksashenko: “i’d like to believe the worst is over for the russian people”
priority tasks for the constitutional authorities of the transition period, part 2
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’
transatlantic forum on russia: how the west needs to address the “russia challenge”
what awaits russian society, the anti-corruption road roller, and interview with vladimir voinovich
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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
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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
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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”
sergey aleksashenko /en/component/contact/contact/68
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”
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media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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sechin’s acceleration, the karagodin effect, and new plan for ukraine’s crisis /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2685-sechin’s-acceleration,-the-karagodin-effect,-and-new-plan-for-ukraine’s-crisis
in this week’s media highlights: vladimir pastukhov explains the ongoing struggle inside the kremlin elite, in which igor sechin is currently winning; sergei medvedev writes about russia’s culture of violence and the need to start a public conversation about the state terror of the past; vladislav inozemtsev offers a new plan for resolving the ukraine crisis; vladimir dvorkin suggests that the leaders of russia and the united states should move forward with arms control agreements; and novaya gazeta examines the state of the representative offices in russia’s regions. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2685-sechin’s-acceleration,-the-karagodin-effect,-and-new-plan-for-ukraine’s-crisis
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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
economics /en/analysis/economy
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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”
in his latest commentary about recent events in the russian economy, sergey aleksashenko, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution, analyzes the recent data on the russian economy and notes that despite the general decline, the basic industries and defense sector are, in fact, showing positive dynamics. at the same time, the government supported the finance ministry’s proposal to freeze budget expenditures for the next 18 years, a move that will essentially scrap all the budget policies implemented by president putin in the past. /en/analysis/economy/2674-sergey-aleksashenko-“it-would-be-nice-to-believe-that-the-worst-is-already-over-for-the-russian-people”
law /en/analysis/law
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priority tasks for the constitutional authorities of the transition period, part 2 /en/analysis/law/2661-priority-tasks-for-the-constitutional-authorities-of-the-transition-period,-part-2
the institute of modern russia continues the discussion on the issues of russian constitutionalism. in the final installment of this essay, political scientist vladimir pastukhov proposes the construction of a “tuning fork” that would allow the political tuning needed to breathe new life into civil society and the state. /en/analysis/law/2661-priority-tasks-for-the-constitutional-authorities-of-the-transition-period,-part-2
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”
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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
- /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
event briefings /en/the-rundown/event-briefings
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transatlantic forum on russia: how the west needs to address the “russia challenge” /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2678-transatlantic-forum-on-russia-how-the-west-needs-to-address-the-“russia-challenge”
on november 17, 2016, the center for strategic and international studies, in partnership with the centre for polish-russian dialogue and understanding, held the fourth joint transatlantic forum on russia. the forum brought together numerous u.s. and european experts and top officials who discussed the possibilities of a common approach to the resurgent kremlin, including policy options for the next u.s. administration. /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2678-transatlantic-forum-on-russia-how-the-west-needs-to-address-the-“russia-challenge”
media must-reads /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads
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what awaits russian society, the anti-corruption road roller, and interview with vladimir voinovich /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2677-what-awaits-russian-society,-the-anti-corruption-road-roller,-interview-with-voinovich,-and-more
in this week’s roundup republic reports from the forum of civil initiatives, a get-together of russia’s prominent experts; transparency international’s ilya shumanov discusses the unraveling of the anti-corruption campaign; international lawyer vladimir zhbanenkov explains the context of russia’s withdrawal from icc; and novaya gazeta speaks to writer vladimir voinovich on russian politics, the protest movement, and the perspectives of revolutionary change. /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2677-what-awaits-russian-society,-the-anti-corruption-road-roller,-interview-with-voinovich,-and-more
event briefings /en/the-rundown/event-briefings
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the kremlin’s trojan horses /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2676-the-kremlin’s-trojan-horses
on november 15, 2016, the atlantic council launched a report titled “the kremlin’s trojan horses: russian influence in france, germany, and the united kingdom” and held a panel discussion on the ultra-right forces in the west with a number of prominent experts, including marlene laruelle, mitchell orenstein, péter krekó, andreas umland, as well as neil barnett and josh rogin. atlantic council’s alina polyakova moderated the discussion. /en/the-rundown/event-briefings/2676-the-kremlin’s-trojan-horses
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
reincarnation of the kgb, putin’s ideology hero, and russia’s liberal utopia /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2626-reincarnation-of-the-kgb,-putin’s-ideology-hero,-and-russia’s-liberal-utopia
the bastrykin controversy, the u.s. problem with the kremlin, and russia’s political narcissism /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2620-the-bastrykin-controversy,-the-u-s-problem-with-the-kremlin,-and-russia’s-political-narcissism
sergey aleksashenko: “growth in public consumption cannot be expected this year” /en/analysis/economy/2638-sergey-aleksashenko-“growth-in-public-consumption-cannot-be-expected-this-year”
putin’s outlaw state, mh17 propaganda, and the case of putin’s millionaire friend /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2630-putin’s-outlaw-state,-mh17-propaganda,-and-the-case-of-putin’s-millionaire-friend
u.s. suspends syria talks with russia, new dictators, and why russia needs government reform now /en/the-rundown/media-must-reads/2636-u-s-suspends-syria-talks-with-russia,-new-dictators,-and-why-russia-needs-government-reform-now
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
imr participates in briefings at council of europe and european parliament the institute of modern russia continues its engagement with leading european policymakers to highlight the challenges facing independent and opposition candidates at september’s duma elections. /en/news/2578-imr-participates-in-briefings-at-council-of-europe-and-european-parliament
experts highlight crucial role of international observers at russia’s upcoming parliamentary elections on june 9, at the atlantic council headquarters, the institute of modern russia, the atlantic council, and free russia held a panel discussion on the prospects for russia’s 2016 parliamentary election. vladimir kara-murza, pavel khodorkovsky, john herbst, miriam lanskoy, and steven lee myers discussed the vote, the opposition’s plans, and the international community’s role in ensuring free and fair elections. /en/news/2571-experts-highlight-crucial-role-of-international-observers-at-russia’s-upcoming-parliamentary-elections
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 russia’s politics after the u.s. elections, the dulles plan 2.0., and non-revolutionary situation december 3–9 details 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. details analysis 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. details the rundown media must-reads sechin’s acceleration, the karagodin effect, and new plan for ukraine’s crisis november 26—december 2 details 02 december 2016 in this week’s media highlights: vladimir pastukhov explains the ongoing struggle inside the kremlin elite, in which igor sechin is currently winning; sergei medvedev writes about russia’s culture of violence and the need to start a public conversation about the state terror of the past; vladislav inozemtsev offers a new plan for resolving the ukraine crisis; vladimir dvorkin suggests that the leaders of russia and the united states should move forward with arms control agreements; and novaya gazeta examines the state of the representative offices in russia’s regions. analysis details law the case of ildar dadin: restoration of bolshevik-style law? details 29 november 2016 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. details economics sergey aleksashenko: “i’d like to believe the worst is over for the russian people” details 18 november 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 recent data on the russian economy and notes that despite the general decline, the basic industries and defense sector are, in fact, showing positive dynamics. at the same time, the government supported the finance ministry’s proposal to freeze budget expenditures for the next 18 years, a move that will essentially scrap all the budget policies implemented by president putin in the past. details law priority tasks for the constitutional authorities of the transition period, part 2 details 07 november 2016 vladimir pastukhov the institute of modern russia continues the discussion on the issues of russian constitutionalism. in the final installment of this essay, political scientist vladimir pastukhov proposes the construction of a “tuning fork” that would allow the political tuning needed to breathe new life into civil society and the state. opinions 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.” robert orttung: ‘the tension is going to build up in russia until you have a revolution’ details 18 november 2015 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 event briefings transatlantic forum on russia: how the west needs to address the “russia challenge” details 23 november 2016 daniel frey on november 17, 2016, the center for strategic and international studies, in partnership with the centre for polish-russian dialogue and understanding, held the fourth joint transatlantic forum on russia. the forum brought together numerous u.s. and european experts and top officials who discussed the possibilities of a common approach to the resurgent kremlin, including policy options for the next u.s. administration. details media must-reads what awaits russian society, the anti-corruption road roller, and interview with vladimir voinovich details 23 november 2016 in this week’s roundup republic reports from the forum of civil initiatives, a get-together of russia’s prominent experts; transparency international’s ilya shumanov discusses the unraveling of the anti-corruption campaign; international lawyer vladimir zhbanenkov explains the context of russia’s withdrawal from icc; and novaya gazeta speaks to writer vladimir voinovich on russian politics, the protest movement, and the perspectives of revolutionary change. details event briefings the kremlin’s trojan horses details 22 november 2016 daniel frey on november 15, 2016, the atlantic council launched a report titled “the kremlin’s trojan horses: russian influence in france, germany, and the united kingdom” and held a panel discussion on the ultra-right forces in the west with a number of prominent experts, including marlene laruelle, mitchell orenstein, péter krekó, andreas umland, as well as neil barnett and josh rogin. atlantic council’s alina polyakova moderated the discussion. book reviews what the west can do about putin’s master plan no putin, no russia? who will win in the new cold war? numbers of the week according to levada center, in november, 2016 russia’s political institutes improved their standing in the public opinion polls. president vladimir putin’s rating increased by one point compared to october, 2016, reaching 86 percent; prime minister dmitry medvedev’s rating reached 52 percent (plus four points); 50 percent of the respondents also said they approved of the government’s work (plus three points); and 44 percent said they approved of the state duma (plus four points). overall, 56 percent believe that the country is going in the right direction (a 6-percent increase compared to september, 2016). also, among russia’s top politicians that they trust the most, the respondents named vladimir putin (59 percent), sergei shoigu (27 percent) and sergei lavrov (25 percent). trending reincarnation of the kgb, putin’s ideology hero, and russia’s liberal utopia the bastrykin controversy, the u.s. problem with the kremlin, and russia’s political narcissism sergey aleksashenko: “growth in public consumption cannot be expected this year” putin’s outlaw state, mh17 propaganda, and the case of putin’s millionaire friend u.s. suspends syria talks with russia, new dictators, and why russia needs government reform now news 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. imr participates in briefings at council of europe and european parliament the institute of modern russia continues its engagement with leading european policymakers to highlight the challenges facing independent and opposition candidates at september’s duma elections. experts highlight crucial role of international observers at russia’s upcoming parliamentary elections on june 9, at the atlantic council headquarters, the institute of modern russia, the atlantic council, and free russia held a panel discussion on the prospects for russia’s 2016 parliamentary election. vladimir kara-murza, pavel khodorkovsky, john herbst, miriam lanskoy, and steven lee myers discussed the vote, the opposition’s plans, and the international community’s role in ensuring free and fair elections. 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 © 2010–2016 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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