Pussy Riot’s Nadya on Moscow Arrest: ‘The Country Is Ours’
CLOAK AND DAGGER
What to Expect When You’re Defecting
Putin’s Murderous Mole Hunt
The Russian daily Kommersant on Tuesday published the name and biography of a man living under his own name with his wife and children near Washington, D.C.
Top Dem Think Tank Scraps Talk of Killing Russia Project
“People were looking for other jobs,” said one source familiar with the discussions. “And people on the project thought it was going to end.”
Who Was the CIA’s Top Mole in Moscow?
Russia never managed to find the CIA’s source inside the Kremlin, but the continuing fight over the 2016 election is now catching up with the agency’s Russian superstar spy.
GLIMMER OF HOPE
Russia and Ukraine Swap Prisoners in a Victory for Diplomacy
The two politicians, one a former KGB officer, another a former comedian, managed to keep their promises to each other and swap 70 prisoners.
A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN
Inside Matteo Salvini’s Secret Russian Money Machine
The noose is tightening on close allies of Matteo Salvini for a secret deal to allegedly siphon millions of euros for Salvini's far right League party.
Alexei Navalny Just Won’t Quit
Days before rigged municipal elections that have spurred growing protests, a raid on Putin’s most high-file opponent may well backfire.
The CAR Murders: A Critical Cold Case in the New Cold War
Evidence mounts that shows three Russian journalists investigating the mysterious Wagner mercenaries in Africa were set up by some of the same people who attacked U.S. elections.