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Felix Light is a reporter with the Moscow Times, covering Russia and the former Soviet Union.
Russia’s latest wave of arrests and media restrictions signals a new willingness to repress opposition ahead of September’s legislative elections.
In the run-up to Russia’s parliamentary elections, resistance to change isn’t just about simple economic self-interest.
The country's beleaguered opposition is braced for more state repression ahead of the legislative election.
Russia’s warming climate has left it unmoored of its cultural foundations.
A turbulent year in the former USSR is exposing the limits of Moscow’s power.
Why Russian military intervention against the demonstrations is unlikely.
The opposition's wooing of Moscow may have sealed the fate of Europe’s "last dictator”.