February 25, 2018

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Tatiana Indina

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Tatiana Indina (Ph.D.) is a researcher and social scientist with an academic appointment at the Center for New Media and Society in Moscow. In 2011-2012, she was a Fulbright visiting scholar at the Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center and a a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center in 2014-2015. Indina's research interests include: Internet governance, online communication, social movements and online activism, self-organization of social media networks, and psychological aspects of users' behavior online. She is the author of 4 books and over 50 scientific papers. Her recent book is “CEO 2.0 – Becoming the Leader of the Next Generation.”

04.11.2016

Russians in America: How to find success in Silicon Valley

Russians in America: How to find success in Silicon Valley

In the last few years, many RussIan developers and startups have moved to SIlIcon Valley In the hopes of conquerIng global markets as the next Google, Facebook or Uber. But only a select few have had any success

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31.08.2016

The role of social media in the Russian parliamentary campaign

The role of social media in the Russian parliamentary campaign

Social media offers a way to gauge the Russian electorate’s mood ahead of the September parliamentary elections. For now, it appears that many Russians will simply vote for the status quo

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24.08.2016

US and Russia on the eve of elections: Any hope for change?

US and Russia on the eve of elections: Any hope for change?

After four years of tensions in U.S.-Russia relations, there is a chance that with a new American president and administration, relations between Moscow and Washington might actually improve

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22.08.2016

How much do Putin and Trump really have in common?

How much do Putin and Trump really have in common?

There are a number of interesting similarities between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, not just in their style of managing, but also in the conditions that led to their eventual rise to political prominence. But the differences may be more interesting

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