Georgy Bovt

Opinion 1 week ago

Why Moscow’s Untouchable Mayor, Sergei Sobyanin, Is Doomed to Be Re-Elected (Op-ed)

Why Moscow’s Untouchable Mayor, Sergei Sobyanin, Is Doomed to Be Re-Elected (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 week ago

The Kremlin has sidelined an opposition already incapacitated by infighting.

Opinion 2 years ago

West and Russia Must Cooperate on More Than Terrorism (Op-Ed)

West and Russia Must Cooperate on More Than Terrorism (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

With terrorism now the most likely cause of the plane crash that occurred over the Sinai, the authorities have halted all air service between Russia and Egypt and ordered the evacuation of ...

Opinion 2 years ago

Rooting Out Corruption Can Be Murder (Op-Ed)

Rooting Out Corruption Can Be Murder (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

Putin alone has the right to stay and who goes, and not because this one stole or didn't steal, but because that's how it's done in the battle between economic entities for ...

Opinion 2 years ago

Putin's Tactical Gambles Are Paying Off (Op-Ed)

Putin's Tactical Gambles Are Paying Off (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

Moscow has not abandoned its Novorossia project, but consolidated its victories there and launched its own reset, creating the New Syria project, writes columnist Georgy Bovt.

Opinion 2 years ago

Svetlana Alexievich – Champion of Freedom (Op-Ed)

Svetlana Alexievich – Champion of Freedom (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

It is very timely that a Russian-language Slavic author who writes that the "Russian world" is standing at the threshold of the deepest crisis of its long history has received this award ...

Opinion 2 years ago

Prioritizing Foreign Agenda Is Mistake for Russia (Op-Ed)

Prioritizing Foreign Agenda Is Mistake for Russia (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

Russia is increasingly focused on its foreign policy, at the expense of its domestic agenda, writes columnist Georgy Bovt.

Opinion 3 years ago

Will Putin Exchange Donbass for Syria? (Op-Ed)

Will Putin Exchange Donbass for Syria? (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Columnist Georgy Bovt asks if Syria will become a second Afghanistan for Russia.

Opinion 3 years ago

Will Data Law Isolate Russia Further? (Op-Ed)

Will Data Law Isolate Russia Further? (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

If Russia decides to enforce its law on personal data, the Kremlin will have only succeeded in further isolating the country from the rest of the world, writes columnist Georgy Bovt.

Opinion 3 years ago

Bulldozing Brie Won't Spark Unrest in Russia (Op-Ed)

Bulldozing Brie Won't Spark Unrest in Russia (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

While a majority of Russians don't back the destruction of sanctioned food, this will not lead to active protests, writes columnist Georgy Bovt.

Opinion 3 years ago

Will Russia's Brain Drain Dry Up? (Op-Ed)

Will Russia's Brain Drain Dry Up? (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia's brain drain will soon dry up, simply because there won't be anybody left in Russia able to work in the West, writes columnist Georgy Bovt.