Reality of Russian Politics

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Welcome

We would like to present a new project on Russia’s current politics.

Our key product is an analytical bulletin dedicated to the key developments in the Russian political process.

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What we do

R. Politik’s primary product is the analytical bulletin “Russian Politics Unvarnished and Undiluted”.

The purpose is to present in a clear and unbiased fashion the underpinnings and the reasons for the decisions that are made; to help better understand the functionality of the Russian Government’s mechanisms and to broaden the capabilities for political forecasting.

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Subjects of analysis

• Political influence groups and their resources in Russia
• Power balance Inside Vladimir Putin’s close circle
• Criminal prosecutions of senior politicians and officials
• Nitty-gritty and logic of senior staff reshuffling
• The nature of foreign policy decisions of Kremlin
• Political risks and threats to regime stability
• The state of the opposition
• Conflict among security, defense and law enforcement chiefs

FOUNDER / CEO

Tatiana Stanovaya is one of the leading experts on Russian politics.

For fifteen years she headed the analytical department of the largest think tank in Russia, the Center for Political Technologies.

She has more than 2000 publications and commentaries in the leading world and Russian media outlets (The Washington Post, The Guardian, Le Figaro, the AFP, Reuters, Republik.ru, Politkom.ru, RBC.ru…).

For a number of years, she has also contributed her commentaries to the Carnegie Endowment.

Biography
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publications IN THE MEDIA

Russia’s foreign intelligence service has a new director. What can we expect from Igor Kostyukov?

By Tatiana Stanovaya, for RIDDLE On November 22 news emerged that Igor Korobov, head of the Main… Read more “Russia’s foreign intelligence service has a new director. What can we expect from Igor Kostyukov?”

Commentary for Carnegie Moscow center

How the Kremlin Ceded Control Over Russia’s Social Agenda Amid painful economic choices, political elites and government… Read more “Commentary for Carnegie Moscow center”

Commentary for Carnegie Moscow Center

The Illusion of Control: The Kremlin Prepares for Falling Ratings Tatiana Stanovaya However resilient the Putin regime… Read more “Commentary for Carnegie Moscow Center”

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LATEST BULLETINS

The analytical bulletin “Russian Politics Unvarnished and Undiluted” is our key product.

The bulletin is going to be issued every second and fourth Tuesday of a month.

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