Under what conditions do foreigners get classified as a threat to Russia’s national security? (Even Russia’s court judges do not know.)
Category: Law & Institutions
Too few safeguards exist to protect orphans from physical or sexual abuse
A new generation of government officials is gradually emerging, but old hands in Russia’s institutions have been unwilling to make space for fresh faces.
Russia’s authorities do not respect the individuality of some of their own citizens, which in turn promotes public attitudes of intolerance
The Putin regime will collapse when the political demand for change from both society and the elites outweighs the system’s inclination for self-preservation
How RuNet users end up behind bars
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. This everyday expression is applicable to how experts in the humanities and social sciences determine whether a text is harmful or extreme
The example of Tatarstan proves that formal institutions in Russia are eroding
In today’s Russia, constitutional lawyers are creating “alternatives” to human rights
Nearly 50,000 women are serving time in Russia’s harsh penitentiary system. Living conditions are often inhumane
How did the Russian army change over time?
Russia and unreality – a menace for the EU, and Putin’s regime