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Articles of The Dossier: Elections in Russia 2012
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PUTIN/ Russia's 'alpha-dog' won, but are his days numbered?

ADRIAN PABST comments on Vladimir Putin, the “alpha-dog” of Russia: on his victory in the recent elections, the protests, and what could happen in the future.
Politics & Society
Adrian Pabst
3/8/2012

RUSSIA/ Putin: A “democratic” expression of authoritarian power

GIOVANNI MORANDI discusses Putin’s victory in the recent Russian presidential elections and why he continues to have so much support. How much has Russia changed since Communism?
Politics & Society
Editors
3/6/2012

RUSSIAN ELECTIONS/ Why Putin’s victory is worth as much as a defeat

GIOVANNA PARRAVICINI comments on the presidential elections in Russia: on Putin’s victory and on the changed atmosphere brought about by the months of protests.
Politics & Society
Giovanna Parravicini
3/5/2012

RUSSIA/ A crisis of credibility for overconfident old guard

According to Adrian Pabst, Russia's regime faces an unprecedented crisis of legitimacy that can only be overcome by a fundamental transformation that ruling elites are unwilling to deliver
Politics & Society
Adrian Pabst
1/2/2012

RUSSIA/ If Putin cannot stop the “revolution of beauty”

Giovanna Parravicini describes the situation in Russia after the recent elections, how the streets and squares are full of people celebrating the fact that Russia may be changing.
Politics & Society
Giovanna Parravicini
12/13/2011

RUSSIAN ELECTIONS/ How the Russian people took Putin by storm

Giovanna Parravicini comments on the parliamentary election results in Russia, in which Putin’s party fare much worse than expected, and on the factors that are changing Russian politics.
Politics & Society
Giovanna Parravicini
12/5/2011

RUSSIA/ Towards the elections: skepticism, exhaustion and the desire for happiness

Giovanna Parravicini describes the current situation in Russia on the eve of the parliamentary elections, where discontent but also exhaustion is rife. Is there a chance for a new beginning?
Politics & Society
Giovanna Parravicini
12/2/2011
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