TODAY: “Murdered” journalist Babchenko appears at press conference, says death was faked, Kremlin has no comment; businessman Browder accuses Russia of abusing Interpol after sixth detention; foreign investors drop $3bn in wake of sanctions; Naftogaz appeals to Switzerland to enforce Gazprom ruling; no sign of let up on racist football incidents.
TODAY: Anti-Kremlin journalist murdered in Kiev; US reveals wish list for Deripaska En+ holding; VEB will need state support to carry out Putin’s objectives; UN investigating Russia for Syria hospital attacks; Lavrov rejects MH17 accusations; Kremlin comments on Abramovich Israel visa; Latvia investigating bank connections with Russian funds; Lukoil profits skyrocket.
TODAY: Poland in talks with US about troops to deter Russia, PM calls Nord Stream a hybrid weapon, no NATO consensus on pipeline; Gazprom seeking reversal in Naftogaz ruling; oil drops on Russia vow to increase supplies; Roman Abramovich secures Israeli citizenship; diabetes support group fined as “foreign agent”.
TODAY: Deripaska resigns from Rusal board, keeps control stake in En+; Vekselberg met Trump lawyer ahead of inauguration; Putin buys time with Abe over Kuril Islands; OPEC tensions brewing as Russia and Saudi Arabia ready to increase oil production; FBI warns of mass-scale Russian hack attack; gas issues resolved with Turkey; Putin says, come 2024, […]
TODAY: Russians unconvinced by Skripal statement; UK blames Kremlin for Johnson prank call; half of Rusal board resigns, asks Kremlin to purchase output; Kremlin to provide financial support to sanctions-hit firms; no fine for Gazprom in EU antitrust case; Nabiullina speaks on new Putin economy goals; two former deputy PMs appointed heads of state giants; Kushner-linked […]
On the latest episode of the Departures podcast, we’re pleased to be joined by Prof. Benjamin Carter Hett, whose new book “The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic” explores the rapid and sudden collapse of democracy in Germany in the 1930s. Prof. Hett places particular emphasis in […]