Friday, December 27, 2013

Recent Russia News - December 2013: The Kremlin, the Press and the Protesters - A Case Study of Rule by Paranoia -

Recent Russia News - December 2013

The Kremlin, the Press and the Protesters - A Case Study of Rule by Paranoia -
Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Saudi Arabia’s Gatsby Master Spy
Pussy Riot, Greenpeace Activists Could Go Free After Russia Passes Amnesty -
Russian Amnesty to Benefit Pussy Riot, Greenpeace 30
With Punishments or Pardons, Putin Shows He Is in Control -
Khordorkovsky Says He Will Not Enter Politics
Mayor in Tbilisi suspended, opposition cry foul | Reuters
Vladimir Putin is outflanking the west at every turn | Nick Cohen | Comment is free | The Observer
Putin, Yanukovych Meet in Moscow
Russia's Putin pardons jailed tycoon Khodorkovsky | Reuters
Russian Amnesties -
Statement From Khodorkovsky in Berlin Answers Some Questions, but Not All -
Obama Backs Gays In U.S. Sochi Delegation
Russia Frees Oil Tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky -
Buoyed by a Deal With Russia, Ukraine’s Leader Tries to Reassert His Authority -
I.M.F. Criticizes Ukraine Plan for Economy -
Deployment of Missiles Is Confirmed by Russia -
U.S. Raises Concerns Over Russia's Baltic Missiles -
New Pipeline To Loosen Russia's Grip On Energy
Khodorkovsky Flies to Germany After Release From Prison
EU Suspends Work With Kyiv
Baku Residents Protest Over Fuel, Food Costs
Turkmenistan Holds Elections Without Opposition
Chechen Deputy Minister Threatens Executions For Militant Suspects
Secure in Power, Putin Frees Rival, a Jailed Oil Tycoon -
Pussy Riot Documentary Trailer: 'A Punk Prayer' Promo Premieres Ahead Of HBO Debut
Martin Rowson on Mikhail Khodorkovsky – cartoon | Comment is free | The Guardian
Does Putin's new Literary Assembly bode ill for Russian writers? | Books |
U.S. Ambassador To Russia Lays Out 2014 Bilateral Priorities
Russia Clears Most Activists in Oil Protest -

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