In the West, television is said to have the power to make or break politicians. But in Russia’s recent Duma elections, the Communist Party used no paid television advertising and won anyway, leaving commentators to wonder whether video politicking will ever sway the country’s voters by ANNE NIVAT THE CENTRAL PARADOX OF THE LATEST Russian […]

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