Imperialism · Russia



Fig. 1. Historic Russian empire, from the New York Times, possibly March 6, 2014, fair use.[1]

See especially:

Tim Lister, Clarissa Ward, and Sebastian Shukla, “Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny dupes spy into revealing how he was poisoned,” CNN, December 21, 2020,

Theo Merz, “Ethnic minorities in Russia are campaigning for the breakup of the country,” World, May 22, 2023,

Andrew Roth, “‘We are Russians just like you’: anti-Putin militias enter the spotlight,” Guardian, May 24, 2023,

Svitlana Morenets, “Russia may be devoured by its neighbours,” Telegraph, May 31, 2023,

Kirill Buketov, “Russia: Alexei Navalny faces 30 more years in prison,” Deutschewelle, June 18, 2023,

Anastasia Stognei, “Thousands of Russian officials to give up iPhones over US spying fears,” Financial Times, July 16, 2023,

Jason Lemon, “Russian General Admits Ukraine Just a ‘Stepping Stone’ to Invade Europe,” Newsweek, September 9, 2023,

Suzanne Lynch and Nicholas Vinocur, “Putin wants more land. The EU is racing to get there first,” Politico, September 11, 2023,

Guardian, “Donald Trump says he would encourage Russia to attack Nato allies who pay too little,” February 10, 2024,

Rozina Sabur, “Russia is preparing to launch nuclear weapon into space, US fears,” Telegraph, February 15, 2024,

Julia Ioffe, “The Tragedy of Navalny,” Puck, February 19, 2024,

Eva Hartog and Denis Leven, “From the grave, Navalny takes a last jab at Putin,” Politico, March 1, 2024,

Julia Ioffe, “Moscow After Navalny,” Puck, March 5, 2024,

  1. [1]New York Times, “Ukraine Crisis in Maps,” n.d.,