Moscow takes its latest step towards digitizing elections. From Global Voices.
As invisible foreign invaders spark panic around the globe, it’s easy for democrats to get distracted from the all-too-human threats we know so well.
Amid the pandemic, Russia, China, and others find time to debate the timing of the beginning and end of World War II and other details of years long past.
The Izoizolyatsiya Facebook group has become a national obsession. From Global Voices.
A wave of "digital protests" strikes a country under lockdown. From Global Voices.
Many Russian-speaking coders grew up in the ’90s, honing skills that made them sought-after personnel in fields from business to espionage.
As Putin extends his rule once again, the need for social democracy in Russia has never been clearer. From openDemocracy.
Nearly 13 million Russians have now watched Yury Dud's new YouTube documentary. From Global Voices.
Time: Jun 3, 2020 03:00 PM CET
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