“My flight out of Moscow was full of fleeing Russians”: Felix Light leaves Russia
The Moscow-based correspondent on his decision to depart the country amid war, media clampdown and rumours of martial law.By
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Felix Light is a reporter with the Moscow Times, covering Russia and the former Soviet Union.
The Moscow-based correspondent on his decision to depart the country amid war, media clampdown and rumours of martial law.By Felix Light
The Russian authorities and the wider public are in denial about the severity of the pandemic.By Felix Light
A rapidly changing domestic climate and diplomatic pressure is pushing Russia towards the environmental club.By Felix Light
The introduction of mysterious online voting results is further undermining democratic freedoms.By Felix Light
Russia’s latest wave of arrests and media restrictions signals a new willingness to repress opposition ahead of September’s legislative elections.By Felix Light
In the run-up to Russia’s parliamentary elections, resistance to change isn’t just about simple economic self-interest.By Felix Light
Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock are joined from Moscow by Felix Light on the World Review podcast.
The country's beleaguered opposition is braced for more state repression ahead of the legislative election.By Felix Light
Russia’s warming climate has left it unmoored of its cultural foundations.By Felix Light