From One Election to Another: Breakthroughs and Deadlocks of the Anti-Putin Movement in Russia

Mediations 26 (1-2) (2012)

Maria Chekhonadskikh and Alexei Penzin describe the public emergence of an opposition movement to the Putin government between the two stages of the recent federal elections in Russia. Whatever the immediate impact impact of these protests, has something irreversible already happened?
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