Tatyana Stanovaya

Opinion 1 month ago

Vladimir Putin's Inner Circle Is Splintering (Op-ed)

Vladimir Putin's Inner Circle Is Splintering (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 month ago

Viktor Zolotov’s video message to Alexei Navalny shows that, increasingly, it's every man for himself.

Opinion 7 months ago

Russia's Next Prime Minister Is In for a Tough Ride (Op-ed)

Russia's Next Prime Minister Is In for a Tough Ride (Op-ed)

Opinion 7 months ago

When problems arise, the prime minister is vulnerable to attack from all sides.

Opinion 1 year ago

There Are Tougher Times Ahead for Putin’s Friends (Op-ed)

There Are Tougher Times Ahead for Putin’s Friends (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 year ago

Putin’s associates will have to learn to adjust, or they’ll find themselves in deep trouble.

News 2 years ago

The Lonely Business of Ruling Russia: How Putin Makes His Staff Decisions

The Lonely Business of Ruling Russia: How Putin Makes His Staff Decisions

News 2 years ago

In recent months, Putin has fired several of his old associates, including his former chief of staff, Sergei Ivanov. In their place, he has hired new, loyal strongmen from the security services ...

Opinion 3 years ago

A Battle Is Raging for Russian Foreign Policy (Op-Ed)

A Battle Is Raging for Russian Foreign Policy (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

President Vladimir Putin takes advice from three distinct groups of foreign policy ideologists. Each of them serves a role, but they have very different views of how Russia should develop.