Julia Ioffe

Julia Ioffe is a journalist that focuses specifically on Russia and Russian topics. She is currently a staff writer at The Atlantic, and has also written for Columbia Journalism Review, RUSSIA!, New Yorker, New Republic, Slate, Politico, National Geographic, Fortune, Foreign Policy, Newsweek, Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Bloomberg Business Week, Forbes, New York Times, Huffington Post, Financial Times, and GQ. After graduating college, she was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, working in Moscow, and also a writer for the Knight Foundation Case Studies Initiative.
Schooling
B.A. Princeton – History
2-20-17 – Julia Ioffe is an exceptional writer that represents, to me, a new age of journalism.  There is nothing that stands out, from an article-to-article basis, as being incorrect or inconsequential.  From a wider lens, however,  I do have reservations.  90% of her articles cover Russia, and all of these articles paint Putin in a bad light (And of course, you have this dissenting opinion, of which the claim is that she is a Kremlin-stooge). A Fulbright Scholar is sponsored by the state. As her career has grown and evolved, the varying publications that publish her have expanded, and I think that is quite uncommon, given that most pieces are not longform. To this point however, not many people fill the niche of the role of Russian expert, which she clearly is.  
The niche role is interesting to me – there is nothing in the mainstream longform, maybe sans Economist, which, unfortunately, I do not get, that covers India, Japan, Brazil, or Nigeria, like the UK, China, Russia, Middle East, and perhaps France and Germany. They seem to have equal importance in terms of global affairs, however, the U.S.-based media generally ignores, again, at least in longform circles (from my decidedly narrow perspective).
Back to Ioffe – she presents me with the ultimate problem. I respect her work very much, but I knee-jerkingly worry about her connections to government, in particular, the “liberal” side of politics and the media. As stated in the Journalist’s Creed, “The suppression of the news, for any consideration other than the welfare of society, is indefensible,”and I feel she may be guilty of this.  Even tougher to prove or discern is the inattention to the creed in which “advertising, news service and editorial columns serve the best interests of its readers,” and I believe that creating the environment in which reigniting a Cold War is acceptable or desirable is not in the readers best interests.
Ioffe has not published any books to date
Women’s Rights Are Human’s Rights (Moderator) – from Politico
The following are links to Ioffe’s published articles and content, in order from earliest to latest.
07-15-08 – Why, Looky Here – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-16-08 – The Digital Elders of Zion and a Lesson from Obama – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-17 – 08 – My Friend (s) – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-18-08 – The Troglodytes Are Coming! – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-21-08 – Beating a Dead, Misunderstood Horse – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-22-08 – Beating a Dead, Misunderstood Horse, part duex – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-24-08 – CNN = Cosmo – from Columbia Journalism Review
07-28-08 – Poor Tartuffe – from Columbia Journalism Review
08-04-08 – Soup to Nettles – from New Yorker
08-13-08 – Blogging from the FrontColumbia Journalism Review
08-31-08 – Making a Ghoul of Yourself – from Columbia Journalism Review
01-19-09 – Oklahoma Is Doing Pretty Ok, Actually – from New Republic
02-10-09 – Google’s Russian Threat – from Fortune
02-18-09 – The Obama Telenova – from Columbia Journalism Review
02-20-09 – Here’s to a Decaf Stimulus – from Columbia Journalism Review
03-12-09 – Tech Rx For Health Care – from Fortune
05-18-09 – End-Times 101 – from New Yorker
06-03-09 – Prophet Motive – from New Republic
08-12-09 – Making War Just Got A Whole Lot Easier – from New Republic
09-14-09 – To Catch a Cyber Thief: How Symantec Does It – from Fortune
09-16-09 – Call of the Wolf – from New Republic
09-18-09 – Russia Outsources Domestic Policy to a ‘Futurologist’ – from Newsweek
10-01-09 – Sheesh, Kebab! A Restaurant Snafu Reveals Lingering Nostalgia for the Soviet Union – from Newsweek
10-22-09 – The Potemkin Duma – from Foreign Policy
10-27-09 – Crashing Russia’s All-Cash Culture – from Fortune
11-13-09 – Russia’s Staged State of the Nation – from Foreign Policy
11-25-09 – Ukraine’s Phantom Flu – from Foreign Policy
12-01-09 – What on Earth is Happening to Russian GPS? – from Fortune
12-04-09 – Mr. Fix It – from Foreign Policy
12-21-09 – Ukraine Online: You’ve Got Crop Reports – from Fortune
01-05-10 – Kiev Chameleon – from New Republic
01-29-10 – Putin’s Parliamentary Circus – from Foreign Policy
02-03-10 – The Revolution Will Definitely Not be Televised – from Foreign Policy
02-24-10 – Getting Punk’d in Russia – from Fortune
03-16-10 – A Happy Defeat for the Kremlin – from Foreign Policy
03-30-10 – To Lubyanka Station – from New Yorker
03-30-10 – The Moscow Bombings Don’t Matter – from Foreign Policy
04-07-10 – Crime and Excessive Punishment – from New Republic
04-20-10 – Jump-Starting Russia’s Protest Movement – from Foreign Policy
04-25-10 – A Russian American’s Uneasy Return to Moscow – from Washington Post
04-28-10 – Bears in a Honey Trap – from Foreign Policy
05-11-10 – An Awkward Celebration in Moscow – from Foreign Policy
05-17-10 – Roulette Russian – from New Yorker
06-03-10 – Russia’s New Privatization – from Foreign Policy
06-25-10 – Business Trip – from Foreign Policy
06-29-10 – Russia is Laughing at Us – from The Daily Beast
07-09-10 – How Russian Spies Trick Americans – from The Daily Beast
07-15-10 – Medvedev Pardoned Petty Criminals, Corrupt Officials Along with Spies – from Washington Post
07-26-10 – The Real Housewives of Moscow – from Slate
08-05-10 – Russia on Fire – from New Yorker
08-06-10 – No White Knight – from Foreign Policy
08-16-10 – Russia’s Nationalist Summer Camp – from New Yorker
08-27-10 – Bono Vs. Putin – from Foreign Policy
09-01-10 – What is Russia Today? – from Columbia Journalism Review
09-17-10 – Moscow’s Mayor Daley – from Foreign Policy
09-27-10 – Garage Mechanics – from New Yorker
09-28-10 – Happy Birthday, You’re Fired – from Foreign Policy
10-27-10 – Andrey Ternovskiy on the Future of Chatroulette – from New Yorker
11-03-10 – Divide and Conquer – from Foreign Policy
11-06-10 – Oleg Kashin’s Horrible Truth – from Foreign Policy
11-30-10 – Holy Wikileaks Batman – from Foreign Policy
12-01-10 – Cheating Cheaters of Moscow – from Slate
12-02-10 – Putin and the King – from New Yorker
12-02-10 – Berlusconi and Putin Pillowtalk – from The Daily Beast
12-15-10 – The Wheels of Injustice Grind Slowly – from Foreign Policy
12-16-10 – Race Riots in Russia – from New Yorker
12-29-10 – Facebook’s Russia Campaign – from Bloomberg Business Week
12-30-10 – The Verdict is In – from Foreign Policy
01-03-11 – Meet the Persident – from Foreign Policy
01-25-11 – A Bombing at the Airport – from New Yorker
01-26-11 – Binging on Purging – from Foreign Policy
02-08-11 – Out of Country – from Foreign Policy
02-20-11 – Russia’s Black Swan – from New Yorker
03-08-11 – International Women’s Day is a Travesty in Russia – from Slate
03-11-11 – Reset 2.0 – from Foreign Policy
03-23-11 – Who’s Crusading Now? – from Foreign Policy
04-04-11 – Net Impact – from New Yorker
04-12-11 – The Moscow Diares Are (Is) Back – from Forbes
04-12-11 – Putin Out-Earns Medvedev, Just Like He Always Has – from Forbes
04-14-11 – The Countdown Begins… – from Foreign Policy
04-25-11 – Dada Does Moscow – from Forbes
04-26-11 – A Yacht by Any Other Name – from Forbes
04-27-11 – Son of Kaspersky Labs Founder Kidnapped, Lovingly – from Forbes
04-29-11 – The Royal Wedding, Moscow Style – from New Yorker
05-06-11 – Putin’s Puppets – from Foreign Policy
05-19-11 – Yandex Says Nyet to Google and Da to Nasdaq – from Bloomberg Business Week
05-25-11 – All Tomorrow’s Parties – from Foreign Policy
06-02-11 – Prokhorov’s Predictions – from Forbes
06-06-11 – Arrivistes – from Forbes
06-07-11 – What Do You Give a Man Who’s Good at Everything? – from Forbes
06-08-11 – Anna Chapman Starts a Tech Venture Fund, and You Can, Too – from Forbes
06-09-11 – Richie Rich – from Forbes
06-14-11 – Road Rage in Russia – from Foreign Policy
06-15-11 – Meet Putin’s New Personal Photographer – from Forbes
06-20-11 – Anti-Seliger – from New Yorker
06-21-11 – Empty Words – from Foreign Policy
07-01-11 – Opposing the Opposition – from Foreign Policy
07-12-11 – Dead Souls – from New Yorker
07-21-11 – Taking it Off for Putin – from New Yorker
08-09-11 – Russia and Georgia, Three Years Later – from New Yorker
08-11-11 – Surreal Politik – from Foreign Policy
08-18-11 – Russia’s Cruellest Month – from New Yorker
08-24-11 – She’s Number 3 – from Foreign Policy
09-06-11 – The Kremlin’s Spin Machine…and Me – from Foreign Policy
09-23-11 – You Should be Ashamed – from Foreign Policy
09-24-11 – The Return of the King – from Foreign Policy
09-27-11 – Disaster Politics – from Foreign Policy
10-04-11 – Twilight of a Seat Warmer – from Foreign Policy
10-07-11 – Meet the New Putin, Same as the Old Putin – from Foreign Policy
10-12-11 – Taking Out Timoshenko – from New Yorker
10-22-11 – The Russian Twins Behind Hit iPhone App Cut the Rope – from Bloomberg Business Week
10-31-11 – At the Bolshoi Gala – from New Yorker
11-02-11 – Why Russia is the World’s Deadliest Place to Fly – from Forbes
11-04-11 – Vladimir Putin and the Guy Code – from New Yorker
11-09-11 – First They Came for the Journalists – from Foreign Policy
11-17-11 – What’s Russian for “Homosexual Propaganda?” – from New Yorker
11-29-11 – Putin and the Boo-Boys – from Foreign Policy
12-02-11 – Election Hardball, Kremlin Style – from Foreign Policy
12-05-11 – Russian’s Election: Faking It – from New Yorker
12-06-11 – #Occupy Moscow – from Foreign Policy
12-06-11 – Putin’s Big Mistake – from New Yorker
12-09-11 – The Decembrists – from Foreign Policy
12-09-11 – “Tomorrow, They’ll Shoot Us” – from New Yorker
12-10-11 – Snow Revolution – from New Yorker
12-13-11 – Nine Days That Shook the Kremlin – from Foreign Policy
12-16-11 – The Condomnation of Vladimir Putin – from Foreign Policy
12-25-11 – Won’t Get Fooled Again – from Foreign Policy
12-25-11 – Putin: A Used President – from New Yorker
12-28-11 – The End of Putin – from Foreign Policy
01-03-12 – The Things They Carried: The Russian Oligarch – from Foreign Policy
02-04-12 – Protest and Pretend in Moscow – from New Yorker
02-05-12 – Upping the Ante – from Foreign Policy
02-20-12 – The Master and Mikhail – from New Yorker
02-21-12 – Tightening the Screws – from Foreign Policy
02-22-12 – Prokhorov Raps – from New Yorker
02-26-12 – Moscow’s Big White Circle – from New Yorker
03-02-12 – A Fraud Ring and the “Russian Mind-Set” – from New Yorker
03-02-12 – Who Will Win Russia’s One Man Election? – from Foreign Policy
03-04-12 – Prokhorov’s Smile Putin’s Tears – from New Yorker
03-04-12 – Cleaning Up in Moscow – from Foreign Policy
03-06-12 – This is How You Elect a F*cking President – from Foreign Policy
03-07-12 – Nobody’s Bigger Than Bidzina – from Forbes
03-10-12 – The Last Waltz – from Foreign Policy
04-16-12 – The Borscht Belt – from New Yorker
05-07-12 – Putin’s Inauguration: Satire and Violence – from New Yorker
05-07-12 – Vladimir the Unstable – from Foreign Policy
05-10-12 – The Boy on the Bicycle – from New Yorker
05-30-12 – The Undiplomat – from Foreign Policy
06-01-12 – Russia’s Syrian Excuse – from New Yorker
06-04-12 – Boris Godunov in St. Petersburg – from New Yorker
06-12-12 – The Powder Keg – from Foreign Policy
06-14-12 – The Price of Opposition in Russia – from New Yorker
07-23-12 – In Russia, Even Putin’s Critics Are OK With His Syria Policy – from New Republic
08-02-12 – Lady Dada – from New Republic
08-06-12 – Pussy Riot v. Putin: A Front Row Seat at a Russian Dark Comedy – from New Republic
08-17-12 – How Three Young Punks Made Putin Blink – from New Republic
08-28-12 – Vladimir Putin’s Favorite Bling: A Definitive List – from New Republic
08-30-12 – Pussy Riot? More Like Pussy War – from New Republic
09-04-12 – How to Tell if You’re an American Spy in Russia? Ask Hillary Clinton – from New Republic
09-06-12 – Putin Flies with Birds, Jumps the Shark – from New Republic
09-14-12 – The Blunt Weapon of Russian Law is Turned Against One of its Makers – from New Republic
09-17-12 – Russia’s Wild Fantasies of an All-Powerful State Department – from New Republic
09-18-12 – Russia Tries to Kill U.S. Democracy Promotion Once and For All – from New Republic
09-24-12 – What I Will (and Won’t) Miss About Living in Moscow – from New Republic
10-03-12 – Putin Turns 60, Russians Rejoice – from New Republic
10-18-12 – Kremlin Tightens Screws, Unwittingly Loosens Bolts – from New Republic
10-10-12 – Is Pussy Riot Breaking Up? – from New Republic
10-31-12 – In Soviet Russia, Storm Weathers You – from New Republic
11-06-12 – Oh, No! Not Another Apologia from a Journalist Who Won’t Vote! Oh, Yes—But This Time, Blame Russia. – from New Republic
11-16-12 – His Russian Lawyer Dead, A Former American Turns to Congress for Revenge – from New Republic
11-16-12 – The Rise of Russia’s Gun Nuts – from New Republic
12-10-12 – Susan Rice Isn’t Going Quietly – from New Republic
12-22-12 – John Kerry’s Quiet Campaign Pays Off – from New Republic
01-08-13 – Gerard Depardieu’s Russian Citizenship Is a Passport to a Westerner’s Playground – from New Republic
01-20-13 – Inaugural Party Hopping: Californian Politicians Predicting Oscars Edition – from New Republic
01-23-13 – Disinaugural Blues – from New Republic
02-08-13 – Russia’s Past Is Ever Present – from New Republic
02-12-13 – Ezra Klein: The Wise Boy – from New Republic
02-26-13 – Gun Shy – from New Republic
03-04-13 – Neigh Gourmet – from New Republic
03-15-13 – A Striver’s Guide to CPAC – from New Republic
03-15-13 – Joe the Plumber Spotted at CPAC (Sort Of) – from New Republic
03-16-13 – CPAC’s Women Problem – from New Republic
03-24-13 – Saving Cyprustan – from New Republic
03-27-13 – The All-Night King of the Capital – from New Republic
04-15-13 – The Murky Morality of the Magnitsky File – from New Republic
04-19-13 – The Boston Bombing Suspects Were Reared by Both Chechnya and America – from New Republic
04-21-13 – We Told You So – from New Republic
05-06-13 – Foreigners in Their Own Land – from New Republic
05-06-13 – The Tsarnaev Women Tell Chechnya’s Story – from New Republic
05-14-13 – The Spy Who Shot Himself in the Foot – from New Republic
05-21-13 – The Cold War Heats Up in Syria – from New Republic
06-03-13 – Exile Chic – from New Republic
06-05-13 – Susan Rice is a Better Fit for National Security Adviser than for Secretary of State – from New Republic
06-06-13 – The Bizarre End to Vladimir Putin’s Bizarre Marriage – from New Republic
06-17-13 – President Rand Paul – from New Republic
06-18-13 – Those $%@#&! Russians Aren’t Always Wrong – from New Republic
06-23-13 – Edward Snowden’s Strange Layover in Moscow – from New Republic
06-25-13 – Putin: Snowden is a “Free Man” – from New Republic
06-25-13 – Putin Won’t Extradite Snowden, Won’t Shear Pig – from New Republic
06-26-13 – Deregulating Your Cake, And Eating It, Too – from New Republic
06-26-13 – Michele Bachmann, Please, Girl, Read Your Dang Bible – from New Republic
07-01-13 – But You Can Never Leave: Edward Snowden Asks For Asylum In Russia – from New Republic
07-02-13 – Snowden Withdraws Russian Asylum Bid, But Still Very, Very Stuck – from New Republic
07-07-13 – The Americans – from New Republic
07-09-13 – Twitter Fake-Out: Russian Lawmaker Suggests Snowden is Going to Venezuela, Takes It Back – from New Republic
07-11-13 – Rand Paul’s Not Worried About His Neo-Confederate Co-Author – from New Republic
07-12-13 – Snowden’s Decision Isn’t a Surprise, But His Reasons Are – from New Republic
07-16-13 – How the Tea Party’s Black Conservatives Reacted to the Zimmerman Verdict – from New Republic
07-18-13 – The Most Dangerous Blogger in the World – from New Republic
07-18-13 – Edward Snowden is Stuck in Russia, and Obama Can’t Do Anything About It – from New Republic
07-19-13 – Aleksei Navalny Is Free Again—So He Can Run for Mayor, and Lose – from New Republic
07-24-13 – Edward Snowden’s Russian Future: No-Show Job, Lousy Apartment – from New Republic
08-01-13 – Edward Snowden Is Already Getting Job Offers and Calls from Russian Girls, Says His Laywer – from New Republic
08-01-13 – Flypaper – from New Republic
08-07-13 – Obama Bails on His Inevitably Awkward Date With Putin – from New Republic
08-08-13 – Dear Lawrence O’Donnell, Don’t Mansplain to Me About Russia – from New Republic
08-11-13 – An Intimate Look at Life in a Harsh Russian Gulag – from New Republic
08-14-13 – Eight Horrific and Uplifting Stories About Being Gay in the New Russia – from New Republic
08-15-13 – Boycotting the Olympics Won’t Stop Russian Homophobia – from New Republic
08-21-13 – This Video Proves That Trolling Russia is Better Than Boycotting It – from New Republic
08-21-13 – In Soviet Russia, Hovercraft Beaches You! – from New Republic
08-25-13 – Is Russia Weirder Than Florida? You Decide – from New Republic
08-26-13 – White House Syria Deliberations: ‘Do Less’ Camp is Still Winning – from New Republic
08-29-13 – Putin’s Support for Assad is Just Words – from New Republic
08-30-13 – Could the U.S. Have Prevented the Chemical Weapons Attack in Damascus? – from New Republic
08-31-13 – Congress Can’t Pass a Farm Bill. And Now We’re Waiting on Them to Stop a Slaughter? – from New Republic
09-04-13 – Rand Paul’s Syria Bible Thumping – from New Republic
09-10-13 – How Long Until the Syria Deal Falls? Any Minute Now. – from New Republic
09-10-13 – The Syria Solution: Obama Got Played By Putin and Assad – from New Republic
09-11-13 – My Train Ride with Donald Rumsfeld – from New Republic
09-12-13 – Here’s What Went Unmentioned in Putin’s New York Times Op-Ed – from New Republic
09-19-13 – Assad Turns Out to be a Monty Python Villain – from New Republic
09-19-13 – Putin Wonders, Why Do Gays Have All the Luck? – from New Republic
09-25-13 – Internet Dating a la Russe – from New Republic
09-29-13 – This Syria Resolution Is As Good As It Gets – from New Republic
09-29-13 – What Really Scares Vladimir Putin the Most – from New Republic
09-29-13 – The First Victim of Russia’s Anti-Gay Law Is Dead – from New Republic
10-01-13 – Two Russians Walk Into a Parliamentary Crisis… – from New Republic
10-04-13 – It’s Back: Florida or Russia? Part Deux – from New Republic
10-10-13 – This Russian Architect’s Scale Model Was Impressive. Then They Noticed the Couple Having Sex. – from New Republic
10-15-13 – Russians Still Love Pogroms – from New Republic
10-31-13 – I Hate Halloween, Especially in Washington – from New Republic
11-07-13 – Rand Paul Apologizes for Plagiarism, Not for Neo-Confederate Staffers – from New Republic
11-11-13 – Yes, I Got Vaccinated for Whooping Cough. I Shouldn’t Need a Booster, Too. – from New Republic
11-24-13 – A 31-Year-Old Is Tearing Apart the Heritage Foundation – from New Republic
12-02-13 – Russia’s Liberals Are Watching Ukraine’s Revolution Very Closely – And so is Putin – from New Republic
12-11-13 – Russia: Where the Crazy Lives – from New Republic
12-20-13 – The Khodorkovsky Case: Putin Giveth and Putin Taketh Away – from New Republic
01-21-14 – The Media Crisis is Over. Thanks, Ezra Klein. – from New Republic
01-25-14 – Before Predicting a Liberal Kristallnacht, Tom Perkins Wrote a One-Percenter Romance Novel – from New Republic
01-31-14 – A Week Before the Olympics, the Kremlin is Attacking Russia’s Last Independent TV Channel – from New Republic
02-02-14 – The Loneliness of Vladimir Putin – from New Republic
02-03-14 – Why Did Someone Put a Giant Wooden Cock on a Kremlin Critic’s Car? – from New Republic
02-06-14 – Russians Think We’re Engaging in Olympic Schadenfreude. They’re Right. – from New Republic
02-07-14 – The Woman Lighting the Sochi Olympic Flame Tweeted a Racist, Doctored Picture of President Obama – from New Republic
02-08-14 – Sochi’s Opening Ceremony Forgot to Mention a Few Things About Russian History – from New Republic
02-08-14 – Prepare for the Olympic Whining of Figure Skater Evgeni Plushenko – from New Republic
02-08-14 – The Only People Harassing the Gays of Sochi are the Foreign Journalists – from New Republic
02-10-14 – Sure, Yulia Lipnitskaya Is an Amazing Skater, But She Is Also a Child – from New Republic
02-10-14 – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Olympic Opening Ceremony – from New Republic
02-10-14 – Russian Olympian Irina Rodnina Blames Racist Obama Tweet on a Hacker – from New Republic
02-11-14 – Petty Corruption Has Killed the Great Russian Athletic Machine – from New Republic
02-11-14 – Horror Story III: The Elevators of Sochi – from New Republic
02-11-14 – Two Russian Women on a Sochi Train – from New Republic
02-12-14 – The Chinese Think They Have the Russians All Figured Out – from New Republic
02-13-14 – Dosvedanie to All That – from New Republic
02-13-14 – Evgeni Plushenko Pulls Out of the Olympics, Proving That Corruption Is Bad – from New Republic
02-14-14 – Turns Out, Evgeni Plushenko is Well Enough To Go On Skating Tour – from New Republic
02-17-14 – The Russians Think I’m a Russophobe? They’re Right. – from New Republic
02-18-14 – Pussy Riot Arrested in Sochi – from New Republic
02-18-14 – What’s Happening in Kiev Right Now Is Vladimir Putin’s Worst Nightmare – from New Republic
02-18-14 – Pussy Riot’s Arrest in Sochi May All Have Been a Piece of Performance Art – from New Republic
02-19-14 – Cossacks Attack Pussy Riot in Sochi – from New Republic
02-19-14 – Russian Team Eliminated in Hockey, Surprising Only the Russians – from New Republic
02-20-14 – The Kremlin, the Russian Liberals, and the West All See What They Want to See in Ukraine – from New Republic
02-20-14 – Watch the Music Video That Pussy Riot Filmed While Cossacks Beat Them – from New Republic
02-21-14 – A Twitter Death in Kiev – from New Republic
02-22-14 – Ukraine’s Revolution Has Reached Its Climax. These Factors Will Determine What Happens Next – from New Republic
02-23-14 – Yulia Tymoshenko Returns to Politics, and Ukraine’s Liberals Aren’t Too Pleased – from New Republic
02-24-14 – The Ukrainian Revolution Will Be Instagrammed – from New Republic
02-26-14 – How Russian Courts Manipulate Their Victims and the Public – from New Republic
03-01-14 – Barack Obama Calls Vladimir Putin About Ukraine – from New Republic
03-01-14 – Putin’s War in Crimea Could Soon Spread to Eastern Ukraine – from New Republic
03-02-14 – Kremlin TV Loves Anti-War Protests—Unless Russia Is the One Waging War – from New Republic
03-04-14 – Putin’s Press Conference Proved Merkel Right: He’s Lost His Mind – from New Republic
03-05-14 – Putin’s Been Wanting Crimea for a Long, Long Time – from New Republic
03-06-14 – Eastern Ukraine Is Still Fighting Its Past – from New Republic
03-11-14 – Ethnic Russians in the Baltics Are Actually Persecuted. So Why Isn’t Putin Stepping In? – from New Republic
03-14-14 – While the West Watches Crimea, Putin Cleans House in Moscow – from New Republic
03-16-14 – The Maps That Show the Inevitability of a Russian Land-Grab in Eastern Ukraine – from New Republic
03-17-14 – Putin Just Recognized Crimea’s Independence. The Next Couple of Days Will Determine What That Means. – from New Republic
03-17-14 – Kremlin Henchman: The Only Thing I Like About America is Tupac (And Sanctions Won’t Keep Me From Listening) – from New Republic
03-20-14 – These Sanctions Against Russia Will Hurt, and It’s the Russian Liberals Who Will Suffer – from New Republic
03-24-14 – Booting Russia from the G8 Ends 16 Years of Pretending Moscow Should Sit at the Big-Kids Table – from New Republic
03-31-14 – Russia’s Last Independent TV Channel is Fighting For Its Life – from New Republic
04-09-14 – Putin Doesn’t Need to Invade Ukraine to Destabilize It, But He Just Might Anyway – from New Republic
04-16-14 – Russia Has Basically Invaded Ukraine Again. Here’s Why Kiev Isn’t Shooting Back – from New Republic
04-17-14 – What Does the Geneva Agreement Mean for Ukraine? – from New Republic
04-17-14 – Ukraine Is Not Ordering Its Jews to Register – from New Republic
04-22-14 – A Vice Correspondent Has Reportedly Been Taken Hostage by Pro-Russian Forces – from New Republic
04-28-14 – Who Is Getting Whacked by the Latest Sanctions on Russia—and Who Isn’t – from New Republic
04-30-14 – Of Course The Ousted President of Ukraine Commissioned a Nude Portrait of Himself – from New Republic
05-01-14 – Putin’s American Toady at ‘The Nation’ Gets Even Toadier – from New Republic
05-07-14 – I’ll Believe Putin is “De-Escalating” in Ukraine When I See It – from New Republic
05-09-14 – Putin Is Trying to Take Over Russia’s Memories of WWII – from New Republic
05-14-14 – Anti-Semitism Is on the Rise in Russia—and the Kremlin’s TV Network Is in on It – from New Republic
05-15-14 – Elon Musk’s SpaceX Is Trying to Capitalize on Washington’s Deep Freeze With Moscow – from New Republic
05-20-14 – Ambassador to Ukraine: The Russian Strategy Was Intended to Create Chaos – from New Republic
05-21-14 – Inside the 11-Story Building That’s Calling Itself the People’s Republic of Donetsk – from New Republic
05-22-14 – Pro-Putin Grannies Chased Away the Ukrainian Army. Then They Turned on Me. – from New Republic
05-22-14 – The People’s Republic of Luhansk’s New Minister of Culture Is Tacky, Sometimes Topless – from New Republic
05-24-14 – Putin Stirred Up Donetsk, Now He’s Leaving Its People High and Dry – from New Republic
06-06-14 – What Your D.C. Steakhouse Says About You – from New Republic
06-16-14 – My Mind-Melting Week on the Battlefields of Ukraine – from New Republic
06-16-14 – My Dad Could Have Prevented Pepe’s Red Card – from New Republic
06-26-14 – Little Failures: Russia’s Very Expensive & Yet Wholly Unimpressive Side – from New Republic
07-09-14 – Russia Riled Up the Ukrainian Rebels, Now It’s Shooting at Them As They Try to Enter Russia – from New Republic
07-09-14 – Brightly Colored Soccer Cleats are Gay, Says Russian Priest – from New Republic
07-09-14 – Why I Hate Argentina – from New Republic
07-15-14 – Why the Doom and Gloom, America? – from New Republic
07-16-14 – Obama Just Hit Russia With New Sanctions. Here’s What It Means. – from New Republic
07-17-14 – The Crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Is a Game Changer – from New Republic
07-18-14 – I Met Igor Bezler, the Russian Rebel Who Said, “We Have Just Shot Down a Plane” – from New Republic
07-20-14 – The Russian Public Has a Totally Different Understanding of What Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 – from New Republic
07-28-14 – Europe’s Fears About Sanctioning Russia Are Overblown – from New Republic
07-29-14 – The West Has Cornered Putin—and That’s When He’s Most Dangerous – from New Republic
08-06-14 – Putin Bans Import of Food From Countries That Sanctioned Russia – from New Republic
08-06-14 – Vladimir Putin Might Fall. We Should Consider What Happens Next. – from New Republic
08-12-14 – Russian Prosecutor’s Office Threatens to Shut Down Russian News Site for Article About Siberian Self-Determination – from New Republic
08-14-14 – Ferguson Will Make It Harder for America to Set a Good Example Abroad – from New Republic
08-15-14 – White St. Louis Has Some Awful Things to Say About Ferguson – from New Republic
08-19-14 – “No One Treats African-Americans Worse Than We Treat Each Other” – from New Republic
09-03-14 – The Most Depressing Thing About Executed Journalist Steven Sotloff’s Death – from New Republic
09-11-14 – September 11 Didn’t Change Everything, After All – from New Republic
10-23-14 – NYC’s Ebola Patient Went Bowling. Why Don’t Americans Just Stay Home When They’re Sick? – from New Republic
10-29-14 – Russians Are Absolutely Gleeful Over the U.S. Space Rocket Explosion – from New Republic
11-07-14 – Russia’s Currency Is Plummeting and Putin’s Billionaires Are Cannibalizing Each Other – from New Republic
11-12-14 – Now That Russia Has Invaded Ukraine Again, Let’s Stop Pretending a Ceasefire Ever Existed – from New Republic
11-18-14 – Putin Just Gave All Russians the Right to Carry a Rifle Anywhere – from New Republic
11-24-14 – Chuck Hagel Was the Defense Secretary the White House Wanted—Then Obama Fired Him for It – from New Republic
11-27-14 – I’m an Immigrant in America Thanks to Executive Action—Just Like Many of Your Ancestors Were – from New Republic
11-30-14 – ‘Limonov,’ by Emmanuel Carrere – from New York Times
01-05-15 – Remote Control – from New Yorker
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01-30-15 – Spy vs. Non-Spy in Putin’s Russia – from New York Times Magazine
02-28-15 – After Boris Nemtsov’s Assassination, ‘There Are No Longer Any Limits’ – from New York Times Magazine
03-14-15 – This is Why it’s Impossible for the Kremlin to Lie About Putin’s Weird Disappearance – from Washington Post
07-24-15 – Putin is Down with Polygamy – from Foreign Policy
08-12-15 – Mothers of ISIS – from Huffington Post
08-18-15 – Vladimir Putin’s Bonfire of the Delicacies – from Foreign Policy
08-21-15 – Behold Russia’s Latest August Curse – from Foreign Policy
09-07-15 – Je Suis Refugee – from Foreign Policy
09-18-15 – Exclusive: The Pentagon is Preparing New War Plans for A Baltic Battle Against Russia – from Foreign Policy
09-25-15 – Russia’s Game Plan in Syria is Simple – from Foreign Policy
09-29-15 – The Remarkable Similarity of Putin’s and Obama’s Speech at the U.N. – from Foreign Policy
10-01-15 – What Chekhov Tells Us About Putin’s Syria Airstrikes – from Foreign Policy
10-13-15 – Why Russia’s Alternate History of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Matters – from New York Times Magazine
10-30-15 – Fall Into Fall With Former Warlords! – from Foreign Policy
11-06-15 – A Plane Crash Won’t Weaken Putin’s Resolve in Syria – from New York Times Magazine
11-15-15 – From Russia With Schadenfraude – from Foreign Policy
11-25-15 – The Czar Vs. the Sultan – from Foreign Policy
01-21-16 – Meet the New Hampshire newspaper publisher who’s at war with Donald Trump – from Washington Post
01-21-16 – Alexander Litvinenko and the Banality of Evil in Putin’s Russia – from New York Times Magazine
02-10-16 – Russian’s Tighten Their Belt for a Great Cause – from Financial Times
03-11-16 – How Russia Saw the ‘Red Line’ Crisis – from The Atlantic
03-24-16 – Could a Toll-Free Number Have Saved Brussels? – from Foreign Policy
03-31-16 – Pussy for Putin…and now Wendi Dang – from Foreign Policy
04-26-16 – On Trump, Gefilte Fish, and World Order – from Foreign Policy
04-27-16 – Melania Trump on Her Rise, Her Family Secrets, and Her True Political Views: “Nobody Will Ever Know” – from GQ
06-14-16 – If Islam is a Religion of Violence, So is Christianity – from Foreign Policy
06-16-16 – Why This Russian Wants to Give Donald Trump 100,000 Rubles – from Politico
06-27-16 – The Believer – from Politico
07-15-16 – Putin Plays Nice – from Foreign Policy
07-19-16 – Melania’s Fan Club – from Politico
07-25-16 – Is Trump a Russian Stooge – from Foreign Policy
07-26-16 – Why Putin Hates Hillary – from Politico
07-29-16 – The Russian’s at the DNC – from Politico
07-30-16 – The Enigma of Chelsea Clinton – from Politico
09-24-16 – The Mystery of Donald Trump’s Man in Moscow – from Politico
09-27-16 – Trump Won Putin’s Focus Group – from Foreign Policy
10-07-16 – Lobbyist Advised Trump Campaign While Promoting Russia Pipeline – from Politico
10-09-16 – 7 Reasons the New Russia Hack Announcement is a Big Deal – from Politico
10-22-16 – Trump Won’t Inherit the Land, So He’s Sowing it with Salt – from Foreign Policy
11-03-16 – Vladimir Putin Won’t be Sweating the Election Result on Tuesday – from Foreign Policy
11-08-16 – Apocalypse Now: Survivalists Dig In for November 9 – from Politico
12-01-16 – Why Many Young Russians See a Hero in Putin – from National Geographic
12-02-16 – Russia Accuses Ukraine of Sabotaging Trump – from Politico
12-10-16 – What it Really Means to be a ‘Friend of Putin’ – from Politico
12-21-16 – The End of the End of the Cold War – from Foreign Policy
01-11-17 – How State-Sponsored Blackmail Works in Russia – from The Atlantic
01-18-17 – The Real Meaning of Putin’s Press Conference – from The Atlantic
01-21-17 – When Protest Fails – from The Atlantic
01-29-17 – This Is What It’s Like to Come to the United States as a Refugee – from The Atlantic
02-06-17 – Trump’s Refusal to Condemn Putin as a ‘Killer’ – from The Atlantic
02-08-17 – Another Day in Court for Alexey Navalny – from The Atlantic
02-10-17 – Oh, How This Feels Like Moscow (podcast) – from Slate
02-14-17 – Trump’s Russia Reset Will Survive Flynn’s Ouster – from The Atlantic
02-18-17 – ‘Before, Putin was Unpredictable. Now It’s Trump’ – from The Atlantic
02-20-17 – The Mystery of the Ukraine Peace Deal – from The Atlantic
03-01-17 – The State of Trump’s State Department – from The Atlantic
03-23-17 – Murder in Kiev – from The Atlantic
03-24-17 – What Exactly Did Paul Manafort do Wrong? – from The Atlantic
03-27-17 – What Russia’s Latest Protests Mean for Putin – from The Atlantic
04-04-17 – How Russian’s Got Used to Terrorism – from The Atlantic
04-07-17 – In Syria, Russia Falls Victim to its Own Success – from The Atlantic
04-13-17 – How the Syria Strike Flipped the U.S.-Russia Power Dynamic – from The Atlantic
05-02-17 – Putin’s Disappointing Phone Call with Trump – from The Atlantic
05-11-17 – What Happen’s to the FBI’s Russia Investigation Now – from The Atlantic
05-11-17 – The Russians Troll Trump – from The Atlantic
05-16-17 – Did the Russian’s Dupe Trump – from The Atlantic

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