Julia Ioffe

Senior Editor

Russia's Last Independent TV Channel Is Fighting For Its Life

And it's asking for your help.

A week before the Olympic Games opened in Sochi, the Kremlin sicced its hounds on Dozhd TV, the last independent news channel in Russia. The channel has been around since the spring of 2010, when the warm breeze of pseudo liberalization swept through Moscow at the height of Dmitry Medvedev's pseudo liberalization.

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Here's hoping this dampens a centuries'-long identity crisis.

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The Kremlin tends to take its anger with the U.S. out on its own. 

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The foreign media call him the gray cardinal of Putinism. But he's a much more colorful villain than that.

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Things on the Russian home front are getting increasingly bizarre—and terrifying.

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Is the Crimea annexation really about protecting ethnic Russians, or doing what you can get away with?

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Eastern Ukraine Is Still Fighting Its Past

Life under Stalin's long shadow

The country in crisis has yet to escape Stalin's long shadow.

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