Evan Gershkovich

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Navalny’s Pension Protests Steal Limelight on Russia’s Election Day

Navalny’s Pension Protests Steal Limelight on Russia’s Election Day

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Local elections and mass protests took place simultaneously across Russia on Sunday.

News 2 weeks ago

Sergei Sobyanin, Moscow's High Priest of Urban Renewal, Is Biding His Time

Sergei Sobyanin, Moscow's High Priest of Urban Renewal, Is Biding His Time

News 2 weeks ago

How political cunning and a love for Western aesthetics has launched the mayor into Russia’s upper echelons.

News 3 weeks ago

Russia’s First Gay Married Couple Vows Never to Come Home

Russia’s First Gay Married Couple Vows Never to Come Home

News 3 weeks ago

The two men have no plans to return to Russia, “even for a day.”

News 4 weeks ago

The State Duma Debated Pension Reform. Here’s What You Need to Know

The State Duma Debated Pension Reform. Here’s What You Need to Know

News 4 weeks ago

The Moscow Times asked four prominent political analysts who attended the Duma hearings what to look out for.

News 1 month ago

A ‘Mothers’ March’ in Moscow for Teenage Girls Charged With Extremism

A ‘Mothers’ March’ in Moscow for Teenage Girls Charged With Extremism

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Hundreds braced the pouring rain to protest the pretrial detentions of two teenagers held on extremism charges.

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Can Oleg Sentsov’s Hunger Strike Be Successful?

Can Oleg Sentsov’s Hunger Strike Be Successful?

News 1 month ago

Human rights defenders say that, unless a hunger strike has a narrow scope, it’s unlikely to succeed.

News 2 months ago

What the World Cup Meant to Russia’s Kids

What the World Cup Meant to Russia’s Kids

News 2 months ago

The monthlong tournament may be over, but Russia’s budding footballers see a lasting legacy.

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On Centenary, Russian State and Orthodox Church at Odds Over Romanovs

On Centenary, Russian State and Orthodox Church at Odds Over Romanovs

News 2 months ago

Russians are still processing the executions of Tsar Nicholas II and his family a century ago.

Opinion 2 months ago

Retired Opposition Mayor Yevgeny Roizman Predicts a Crackdown

Retired Opposition Mayor Yevgeny Roizman Predicts a Crackdown

Opinion 2 months ago

The end of the World Cup will bring Russia back to a harsh reality.

News 2 months ago

A Gulag Historian Returns to Prison

A Gulag Historian Returns to Prison

News 2 months ago

Acquitted of child pornography, Yury Dmitriyev now faces charges of sexual assault.