Kirill S. on how an experimental approach to reforms will ensure Russia’s dynamic development
Kirill S. sees Alexei Navalny’s return to Russia — and subsequent arrest — as another reminder of why reform of Russia’s security services is long overdue
Kirill S. on how the Khabarovsk Region stood up to the ‘Far West'
Kirill S. on civil-military relations in the USA and Russia
Kirill S. on evidence-based policymaking as one of the possible innovations of the Mishustin government
Part 6 of “Safety first”: State - and Human-level Security in Russia
Part One of ‘Safety first’ examines how broadly defined security issues became the most important ideological and material factor undergirding Russian politics today
On Russia’s regional governors. Part five of our ‘Russia's Human Resources' series
Modern Hungarian-Russian relations can be neatly summed up by the phrase “in the right place, at the right time”
The fourth part of our ‘Russia's Human Resources' series looks at the government and state-owned companies
The third article in the ‘Russia's staff' series: the Presidential Administration
This is the second part of a series entitled 'Russia's Human Resources.' This part examines how workers with military or secret service backgrounds percolate Russia's ruling elite.
After analyzing 176 career track records of high-level state employees. several interesting patterns are beginning to emerge
If conscription comes to an end in Russia, it would remove several counterweights that limit the government’s use of force
How victims and former supporters of ‘Islamic State’ are welcomed back to Russia