Evan Gershkovich

News 6 days ago

Editor’s Resignation Signals Milestone #MeToo Moment in Russia

Editor’s Resignation Signals Milestone #MeToo Moment in Russia

News 6 days ago

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

News 1 week ago

Don’t Call Lyubov Sobol Navalny’s Press Secretary

Don’t Call Lyubov Sobol Navalny’s Press Secretary

News 1 week ago

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

News 2 weeks ago

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

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

News 2 weeks ago

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

News 4 weeks ago

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

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

News 4 weeks ago

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

News 1 month ago

Will Russia Stop Arresting Its Citizens For Posting Memes?

Will Russia Stop Arresting Its Citizens For Posting Memes?

News 1 month ago

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

News 1 month ago

Russia Has a Vaccination Problem

Russia Has a Vaccination Problem

News 1 month ago

A fading Soviet mentality has seen measles make a comeback.

News 2 months ago

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

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

News 2 months ago

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

News 2 months 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 months ago

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

News 2 months ago

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

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

News 2 months ago

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

News 2 months 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 2 months ago

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