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How Telegram Channeled Russia’s Political Intrigue

“We think of it as our responsibility to inform critical observers,” the blogger, who called himself NeZygar, said. “We don’t publish in the traditional blogosphere. We publish for those who understand and can evaluate.” Continue reading

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THE “RICCO LAW”

The law works equally well with both small gangs and large groups. These four letters magically transform a short period of 3-5 years for extortion committed alone, in a quarter of a century behind bars – “as part of a criminal group.” it makes RICO an ideal weapon in the fight with both traditional crime syndicates and ethnic OPG. Continue reading

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The Regime, the Opposition, and Challenges to Electoral Authoritarianism in Russia

  Intelligence Analysis Study   Abstract   The consequences of the 2011–2012 electoral cycle in Russia were a huge blow for the dominance of the ruling group (“the regime”) and contributed to the rise of its political rivals (“the opposition”). … Continue reading

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