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Alexey Eremenko

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Reporter at the Moscow Times, previously, worked for RIA Novosti in Moscow and other media outlets both in Russia and abroad, including the Gazeta.ru, GlobalRus and The Canadian. He provides commentaries to the leading Russian media sources and holds a Ph.D. in history from the Russian Academy of Sciences.

04.04.2014

Why #SaveFulbright matters for anyone following Russia

Why #SaveFulbright matters for anyone following Russia

On April 4, Congress begins deliberations on a $30 million funding cut for the Fulbright Program. Is this just a case of budget austerity – or a sign that the U.S. is re-thinking soft power around the world?

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23.02.2014

Top 10 conspiracy theories about Russia and the U.S.

Top 10 conspiracy theories about Russia and the U.S.

You might not believe this, but some people out there really believe in these conspiracies

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22.01.2014

The Slavic Spring is starting to look like the Arab Spring

The Slavic Spring is starting to look like the Arab Spring

The escalation of events in Ukraine has highlighted the potential for similar types of political demonstrations in Russia, as well as a radicalization of Russia’s middle class

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