After the outrage in Salisbury, what are we to make of Vladimir Putin’s aggressive posture towards the west?
As Russia’s relations with the west go into deep freeze, watch as Putin warms to the east
In Prospect's latest podcast, guests take a deep dive into the world of espionage and disinformation
Jay Elwes / March 21, 2018
Britain still has a part to play in global security affairs—so long as it can afford the bill
Maria Antonova / March 16, 2018
Putin’s victory is all but guaranteed. But if elected with slumping numbers then his vision—and personal security—will be at risk once he steps aside
Jay Elwes / March 15, 2018
With the attack on Sergei Skripal, Vladimir Putin has torn up one of the Cold War’s great conventions
Oliver Kamm / March 14, 2018
The Kremlin-backed channel has long peddled propaganda. Its fate should be decided in accordance with the broadcasting code
The marriage is one of convenience, meaning it is more fragile than it looks
Liam Byrne / February 14, 2018
Putin’s malign influence must be countered
Michael Binyon / January 24, 2018
Churchmen in Moscow and London are negotiating far more effectively than their governments. But are they doing God's work, or Putin's?