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The Kremlin sanctions UK historians for alleged misrepresentation of Russian history, as Putin promotes a distorted narrative rooted in a 12th-century text to suppress dissenting views on Ukraine’s historical ties.
Alexei Navalny: Reported death of Putin’s most prominent opponent spells the end of politics in Russia7 min read
The reported death of Alexei Navalny in prison signifies the end of internal challenges to the Kremlin. Navalny’s demise marks the conclusion of Russia’s political landscape, dominated by Putin’s authoritarianism and limited dissenting voices.
Tucker Carlson’s Putin interview gave Russian leader a platform to boost his own cause – and that of Donald Trump6 min read
Tucker Carlson, ex-Fox News host, has interviewed Vladimir Putin on Ukraine, US politics, and NATO. As a vocal critic of Biden, Carlson’s interview raises questions about humanising Putin.
Some Republicans express disapproval of the Biden administration’s approach to aiding Ukraine against Russia, which frames aid as a means to boost American employment in the weapons manufacturing industry.
Conflict in the Middle East may distract the West, which could be to Russia’s advantage in the Ukraine war.
Slovakia has steadfastly supported Ukraine in the war, but there are signs this may change after the election.
As the war nears 600 days, there are signs that support for Ukraine could be beginning to waver in some parts.