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Après l’offensive menée contre les rebelles syriens, la police militaire russe est à l’œuvre en tant que médiatrice
As the number of Russian teenagers arrested on extremism charges rises significantly, parents and others accuse the government of silencing dissent.
Analysts warn that Turkey’s feud with the United States could motivate Ankara to start looking for new friends, and Russia appears happy to fill in the gap.
In the last few months, rising public frustrations over domestic policy and a government proposal to weaken the social safety net have led to a sharp decline in Vladimir Putin’s popularity.