Moscow should be reining in an arbitrary, xenophobic bureaucracy that attacks civil society. Instead it is giving it free rein. WASHINGTON, United States–At this very moment, one of the most respected NGOs in Russia’s regions is in court, facing closure. Its alleged crime is minor; its real offence is the support of minority rights in […]
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