Russian Ideology
22.07.2021
Podcast: A Closer Look at Russia’s New National Security Strategy
Alexander Gabuev
Anastasia Likhacheva
Dmitri Trenin
This podcast episode focuses on Russia’s new National Security Strategy and the vision of the world presented in it.
19.07.2021
Russia’s History Wars: Why Is Stalin’s Popularity On the Rise?
Andrei Kolesnikov
Stalin stands in for the lack of modern heroes, and overshadows all the most important historical events of the twentieth century, symbolically compensating for the failures, defeats, and setbacks of more recent years.
10.06.2021
Four Unknowns Ahead of Russia’s 2021 Parliamentary Elections
Andrei Kolesnikov
Boris Makarenko
The Duma electoral campaign will lock in the inertia of parliamentary party dynamics. The regime will arrive at the 2024 presidential elections with a solid parliamentary majority.
25.05.2021
In Declaring Navalny Extremist, Russia Has Crossed a New Rubicon
Andrey Pertsev
Declaring all opposition figures enemies of the state and illegal entities precludes any chance of dialogue: there might have been a place at the table for a non-system opposition activist, but not for an extremist.
2.04.2021
Russians Aren’t Buying Putin’s PR Stunts Anymore
Andrei Kolesnikov
To save its approval ratings, the Kremlin might be better focusing its energy elsewhere.
31.03.2021
Can the Next Generation of Russians Modernize Their Country?
Andrei Kolesnikov
A generational shift will take place if young Russians decide to break with the values of an antiquated state. This process could take a very long time and include periods of regression, but it could also happen much quicker than expected.
29.03.2021
Why the Kremlin is Winning the Battle for the Average Russian
Andrei Kolesnikov
The political messages of the opposition aren’t enough to rouse the average Russian, who still fears one thing above all: that a change in political regime might only make things worse.
16.03.2021
Navalny Joins the Ranks of Russia’s Religious Dissidents
Alexander Baunov
Ahead of his trial for defaming a war veteran, Alexei Navalny quoted from the bible and confessed that he has become religious, pitting two ideological pillars of the Russian regime against each other: wartime victory and Christianity.
10.03.2021
Why Navalny Makes Many Russians Uncomfortable
Andrei Kolesnikov
Navalny is pushing ordinary Russians out of their comfort zone. The mass conformism endemic in authoritarian regimes is working against him.
29.01.2021
Podcast: Are Russia’s Protests a Serious Threat to the Kremlin?
Alexander Gabuev
Arkady Ostrovsky
Mass protests have broken out in Russia once again. Will the end result be any different this time around?
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