Evan Gershkovich

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As Russia’s Food Prices Soar, Bakers Are Feeling the Squeeze

As Russia’s Food Prices Soar, Bakers Are Feeling the Squeeze

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The costs of key ingredients like sugar and eggs have risen sharply in recent months.

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Salt in the Wound: Muscovites At Odds Over Corrosive Winter Grit

Salt in the Wound: Muscovites At Odds Over Corrosive Winter Grit

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It eats away at shoes, cars and the morale of residents in Russia’s capital.

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How Russia’s Attempt to Solve Its Trash Crisis Is Backfiring

How Russia’s Attempt to Solve Its Trash Crisis Is Backfiring

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Band-aid solutions to a growing problem are only fueling the anger.

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Why the FSB Is Shutting Down Concerts and Tailing Musicians

Why the FSB Is Shutting Down Concerts and Tailing Musicians

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Two attacks by young assailants in October may help explain Russia’s recent clampdown on ‘harmful cultural influences.’

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Editor’s Resignation Signals Milestone #MeToo Moment in Russia

Editor’s Resignation Signals Milestone #MeToo Moment in Russia

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The incident marks the first time a Russian public figure has resigned over allegations of sexual harassment.

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Don’t Call Lyubov Sobol Navalny’s Press Secretary

Don’t Call Lyubov Sobol Navalny’s Press Secretary

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Meet the woman pushing the opposition politician’s YouTube empire forward.

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Returning the Names: Victims of Stalin’s Great Terror Are Not Forgotten

Returning the Names: Victims of Stalin’s Great Terror Are Not Forgotten

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This year, Moscow officials wanted the commemoration moved from the former KGB building.

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In Ingushetia, Russia’s Smallest Region, Protests Are Reaching a Boiling Point

In Ingushetia, Russia’s Smallest Region, Protests Are Reaching a Boiling Point

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Observers say the standoff between protestors and authorities could be heading to a conflict.

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Will Russia Stop Arresting Its Citizens For Posting Memes?

Will Russia Stop Arresting Its Citizens For Posting Memes?

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After Putin proposes softening an extremism law, skeptics say the liberalization is a facade.

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Russia Has a Vaccination Problem

Russia Has a Vaccination Problem

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A fading Soviet mentality has seen measles make a comeback.