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How Russia’s Conservative Movement Broke Through Online

We’ve come a long way since the days when Russian Internet users could be expected to fill their blogs with praise for democracy, freedom, and an end to the Putin regime in Russia. In the last few years, we witnessed a conservative renaissance on the RuNet, though it’s unclear where the community goes from here.
Whatever happens, it’s safe to say that Nikolai Starikov, Russia’s conservative writer, activist, politician, and Internet sensation, had a good 2016.
On Nov. 15, security services arrested Economic Development Minister Aleksey Ulyukaev on charges of corruption, accusing him of having solicited a $2-million bribe. The news delighted …read more

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