Daria Litvinova

Russia 1 day ago

The Children Russia Can’t Let Go

The Children Russia Can’t Let Go

Russia 1 day ago

American families hope to convince the Kremlin to lift its adoption ban by telling stories of success. But is anyone willing to listen?

Russia 2 weeks ago

Russia’s Phony Jehovah’s Witnesses

Russia’s Phony Jehovah’s Witnesses

Russia 2 weeks ago

When Jehovah's Witnesses arrived at the Russian Supreme Court on Wednesday morning, crowds lined the streets — but it wasn't their people.

Moscow 2 weeks ago

From Dust Till Dawn: Moscow Renovation Plan to Tear Up City Center

From Dust Till Dawn: Moscow Renovation Plan to Tear Up City Center

Moscow 2 weeks ago

An ambitious renovation program in the center of Moscow steamrolls streets and promises utopian changes.

Russia 3 weeks ago

Are Russian Teens Really About to Storm the Kremlin?

Are Russian Teens Really About to Storm the Kremlin?

Russia 3 weeks ago

Recent anti-corruption rallies will go down as Russia’s most youthful protests.

Russia 1 month ago

‘A Choice Between Prison and the Grave’

‘A Choice Between Prison and the Grave’

Russia 1 month ago

For most victims of domestic violence in Russia, self-defense remains the only option — and it often comes with a price.

Russia 1 month ago

Why Russia's New 'Thaw' Isn't Really a Thaw

Why Russia's New 'Thaw' Isn't Really a Thaw

Russia 1 month ago

Hopes for Russia’s regime softening its grip on political opponents and human rights are, at the very best, premature.

Russia 2 months ago

6 Signs There’s No Such Thing as Internet Freedom in Russia

6 Signs There’s No Such Thing as Internet Freedom in Russia

Russia 2 months ago

International human rights group Agora says Russian authorities have declared war on the Internet

Russia 2 months ago

Russian Scientists Rally Against Rise of Homeopathic 'Pseudo-Medicine'

Russian Scientists Rally Against Rise of Homeopathic 'Pseudo-Medicine'

Russia 2 months ago

The Russian Academy of Sciences has declared homeopathy a “health hazard,” but Russians seem to be in no hurry to give it up.

Russia 2 months ago

The Epidemic That Was Forced to Wait in Line

The Epidemic That Was Forced to Wait in Line

Russia 2 months ago

You might think that combating a growing epidemic of a deadly and incurable disease would be any country’s top priority — but you would be mistaken when it comes to Russia.

Russia 2 months ago

Bargaining Chips: Why Russian Orphans Might Become Political Pawns Once Again

Bargaining Chips: Why Russian Orphans Might Become Political Pawns Once Again

Russia 2 months ago

European Court ruling raises hope that Russia’s much-derided ban on adoption by U.S. citizens could soon be overturned.