Olga Gulina contends that changes to Russian citizenship laws have been designed to strengthen (geo-)political influence and fix the country’s socio-demographic issues
Lyubov Glazunova on the Russian government’s refugee policy
Olga Gulina takes stock of new talk about a visa-free regime between the EU and Russia
Izabella Tabarovsky observes how elections in Israel this April may have involved a large and diverse Russian speaking minority, but their influence in Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, is curtailed by a lack of unified voter interests
Olga Gulina reports on state plans to tempt Russians from across the post soviet space to resettle within Russian borders
European bureaucrats are wondering why citizens from Eastern Europe are still seeking asylum in the EU a quarter century on from the relatively bloodless dismantling of the USSR
Overshadowed by immigration from the Middle East and Africa in recent years, the migration of Chechens from Russia to Europe is a topic that few discuss.