Konstantin Gaaze

Opinion 3 weeks ago

Why Russia’s Crimean Consensus Is Over (Op-ed)

Why Russia’s Crimean Consensus Is Over (Op-ed)

Opinion 3 weeks ago

With support for the Kremlin waning, repression is all it has left.

Opinion 1 month ago

Russia’s Empty Throne (Op-ed)

Russia’s Empty Throne (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 month ago

A clutch of middlemen is helping Putin decide how he will govern his final term.

Opinion 6 months ago

Russia’s Impossible Coalition: Putin’s New Politics (Op-ed)

Russia’s Impossible Coalition: Putin’s New Politics (Op-ed)

Opinion 6 months ago

No technocrat will be able to form an efficient team from people who have fundamentally different ideas of what the economy actually is.

Opinion 9 months ago

Between Night and Day: Who Will Control Putin's Fourth Term? (Op-ed)

Between Night and Day: Who Will Control Putin's Fourth Term? (Op-ed)

Opinion 9 months ago

The nighttime rulers of the regime are quietly challenging Putin’s role.

Opinion 1 year ago

Where Does Putin Sleep and Why Is It a Secret? (Op-ed)

Where Does Putin Sleep and Why Is It a Secret? (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 year ago

Are the president’s whereabouts a state secret? Yes and no.

Business 2 years ago

How the Battle for Russian Privatization Was Fought and Lost

How the Battle for Russian Privatization Was Fought and Lost

Business 2 years ago

The second wave of economic crisis is battering the Russian economy. In order to replenish dwindling resources, the government is planning a rummage sale.