Russian opposition leader and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny taking a stand against Putin
Russia articles on Democracy Chronicles
Russia is not an electoral democracy. Limited political competition, assassination, and repression are used by dictator Vladimir Putin to maintain control. Also see our articles on Czar Putin or on two of his public opponents Alexei Navalny and the punk band Pussy Riot.
Little is known about Vladimir Putin’s personal life – and he’d prefer to keep it that way
Top aide to French presidential candidate Macron alleged Russia hit campaign with cyberattacks
Now the U.S. and Russia are besties, BFFs at a presidential level, and Putin has been kind enough to help with our election, it is worth investigating what the Russian world-view looks like.
Trump is not just actualizing or enabling already held sentiments, he is also expanding on such notions by fabricating a distinct American ideology that explicitly borrows from politics in Europe.
The new Russian ban on LinkedIn is just latest incident in the internet freedom decline trend
Neither Stein nor Clinton are expecting the outcome of the 2016 presidential election to change
Message from the spy chief in Berlin sends clear warning over possible Russian election hacking
Some computer scientists and security experts still concerned that vote hacking is a real threat
Hacks are now so common that the worst cybersecurity vulnerability needs to be addressed before its too late