Nothing is True and Everything is Possible: Adventures in Modern Russia by Peter Pomerantsev (Faber, £14.99)
Annabelle Chapman / January 21, 2015
How does the Kremlin distort reality? Peter Pomerantsev, a British journalist whose parents emigrated from the Soviet Union, worked as a reality television producer in Moscow during the oil boom of...
To secure his power at home, Russia's President is testing its limits abroad. Sooner or later the west will have to stop him
The ideas which will shape the coming year from 'downward mobility' to the 'end of cash' and the 'new monogamy'
Russia and the US are both preparing to make major shifts
Amy Knight / November 13, 2014
Despite economic woes, propaganda and patriotism have protected Russia's President—so far
David Patrikarakos / November 6, 2014
Ongoing violence in the country may prevent its fledgling government from pushing through much-needed reforms
The Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee on the urgent need to bolster our defence capabilities
John Gray / September 18, 2014
Twenty-five years after the wall's collapse, the greatest threat to the west comes from the groundless faith that history is on its side
Economically and politically the five economies could not be more different when it comes to size, structure, values and national interests