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Russia after the Nemtsov murder


Boris Nemtsov’s murder may be a turning point in current Russian history. Unfortunately, it is almost surely not a turn to the better, but one to something bad or to something even worse. This point needs to be made clear from the beginning. It is an illusion to think that this event will lead to anything positive, such as a backlash in the population at large against nationalistic rhetoric or even some kind of liberal revolution, or “Russian Spring.”
Liberalism in Russia was left near-dead once Putin prevailed over the wave of protests in late 2011 and early 2012. The …read more

Source: Brookings

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