By Jonathan Derbyshire - 10 December 02:17
The opposition to Putin is increasingly emboldened: the latest from Moscow.
By Frances Ryan - 24 November 03:44
This legislation essentially prohibits the public discussion of homosexuality. The British press is
By Sholto Byrnes - 05 December 01:53
If you write favourably about Qatar or Russia, are you speaking up for dictatorships – or acknowledg
By New Statesman - 30 July 10:33
Service provider ordered to block site after posting of racist videos.
By Staff blogger - 30 March 04:47
The critics' verdicts on Roddy Doyle, D J Taylor and a history of the Caucasus.
By Matthew Schaaf - 01 April 10:22
How some ill-advised comments on an obscure blog resulted in a commenter being put on trial in Russi
By Tom Porteous - 21 February 01:00
In the run-up to Russia's presidential elections, the Kremlin continues to undermine democratic inst
By Andrey Kurkov - 06 December 12:00
<strong>The Whisperers: Private Life in Stalin's Russia</strong> Orlando Figes <em>Allen Lane, th
By Orlando Figes - 29 November 12:00
Putin has dismantled the fragile democracy of the 1990s, but has never been more popular. The New St