russia corruption

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Footage shows assailants throwing milk on the anti-corruption activists and kicking them on the ground.
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"Hooliganism" is a leftover from Soviet jurisprudence; it's a criminal code article used to classify an extremely wide and ambiguously defined set of disruptive behaviors. What we need is clarity, and -- in the absence of rule of law and pervasive "legal nihilism" -- only Vladimir Putin can provide that.
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The Snowden affair has thrown Russia into the limelight, but longer-term issues deserve more attention -- the country's swerve toward authoritarian rule and diminishing political stability.
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For photographer Misha Friedman, all great stories start with a question. What I’ve come to define as corruption goes beyond
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The backlash happening today in Moscow is a combination of the tea party movement and Occupy Wall Street. Anarchists stand side-by-side with great-power nationalists; libertarians and old-style communists protest in rough unison.
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Russia was perceived to be more corrupt than any other member of the G8, G20 or even peers such as India, China and Brazil
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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev was quoted as saying on Tuesday his high-profile drive to cut corruption had so far failed