Julia Ioffe
Senior Editor

Who Is Getting Whacked by the Latest Sanctions on Russia—and Who Isn't
April 28, 2014

Just as important as who's on the list is who's not on the list. 

A Vice Correspondent Has Reportedly Been Taken Hostage by Pro-Russian Forces
Russia's newest export: abusing the press
April 22, 2014

Russia's newest export: abusing the press.

What Does the Geneva Agreement Mean for Ukraine?
April 17, 2014

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Ukraine Is Not Ordering Its Jews to Register
April 17, 2014

You can breathe easy. That rumor was inaccurate. 

Russia Has Basically Invaded Ukraine Again. Here's Why Kiev Isn't Shooting Back
April 16, 2014

When other countries are invaded, they fight back. So why isn't Ukraine?

Russia's Last Independent TV Channel Is Fighting For Its Life
And it's asking for your help.
March 31, 2014

A week before the Olympic Games opened in Sochi, the Kremlin sicced its hounds on Dozhd TV, the last independent news channel in Russia.

Booting Russia from the G8 Ends 16 Years of Pretending Moscow Should Sit at the Big-Kids Table
What a relief
March 24, 2014

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

These Sanctions Against Russia Will Hurt, and It's the Russian Liberals Who Will Suffer
March 20, 2014

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

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