All Posts Tagged With: "Moscow Times"

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Navalny, Investigators Trade Barbs Over Hack

Opposition blogger Aleksei Navalny is blaming federal investigators of purposefully leaking his email passwords, who in turn are accusing him of trying to discredit their investigation.

Jun 26, 2012 | Continued
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Another Novaya Gazeta Journalist’s Life Threatened

A scandal has erupted over accusations that the head of Russia’s Investigative Committee led a Novaya Gazeta editor into the forest and made a threat against his life.

Jun 13, 2012 | Continued
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Threat of Protests May Have Played Role in Prokhorov Resignation

The Kremlin may have been motivated by threats of mass, Orange Revolution-style protests in orchestrating Mikahil Prokhorov’s resignation from the Right Cause party, as Prokhorov himself lashes out at the Kremlin in retaliation.

Sep 21, 2011 | Continued
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Russia’s Chief Whistleblower Sues Federal Investigators

Russian blogger Alexei Navalny is suing federal prosecutors for failiing to properly notify him of the charges against him.

May 27, 2011 | Continued
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Thousands of Russians Turn Out for May Day Rallies

Tens of thousands of Russians spanning all ideologies poured into the streets for May Day celebrations on Sunday.

May 2, 2011 | Continued
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Rock Critic Troitsky Faces Prison Time for ‘Slandering’ Cop

Rock critic Artemy Troitsky faces up to two years in jail for presenting a fake award to a police officer for being an awful cop.

Apr 21, 2011 | Continued
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Latynina: February 1917 is in the Air

Writing for the Moscow Times, Yulia Latynina offers a scathing assessment of “Russia’s extraordinarily weak leaders.”

Mar 2, 2011 | Continued
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Scandal over Putin’s ‘Palace’ Continues to Grow

In a column for the Moscow Times, Alexei Pankin discusses the fervor over the growing scandal over Vladimir Putin’s “Black Sea Palace.”

Feb 22, 2011 | Continued
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Putin Insists Russia Has ‘Competitive Political Environment’

Weeks after Russian President Dmitri Medvedev made a point in saying that Russia lacked political competition, the prime minister has stepped in to insist that such competition is, in fact, alive and well.

Dec 6, 2010 | Continued
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Concert to Defend Forest Successful Despite Police, Nashi

Thousands of environmental activists and oppositionists turned out for a protest-concert in defense of outer-Moscow’s Khimki Forest on Sunday, despite legal ambiguities and a ban on audio equipment.

Aug 23, 2010 | Continued