We would like to present to you the next issue of the Bulletin #17 (18) 2018 «REALITY OF RUSSIAN POLITICS».
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Table of contents
The United Russia party congress: attempts to adapt to political risks, plus personnel games by Sergey Kiriyenko and Andrey Turchak
The formation of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, and the Kremlin’s preparations for an “Orthodox war”
Oleg Kozhemyako, Primorye’s new governor: a “costly” victory amid growing competition between Moscow’s Chinese and Japanese geopolitical directions
Increasing activity within Russia’s “conservatives,” and two emerging Kremlin fronts: one against the excesses of chekist security officials and another against the Kremlin’s critics
The Maria Butina situation: where Alexander Torshin fits in
- Is Russia preparing to absorb Belarus?
- The “Nuclear” Elite: Russia’s new siloviki
- All-Russia People’s Front comes under “technocrat” control
- Putin’s ratings stabilize
- Russians support the right to criticize the authorities
- Growing protest potential
- Soviet nostalgia as a sign of social insecurity
Due to the extended New Year’s holidays in Russia, the next issue of the bulletin will be published on January 15, not January 8.
I wish you a merry Christmas and happy New Year!