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Mark Temnycky

Georgian Government Drops ‘Foreign Agents’ Bill, but the Fight Against Kremlin Influence Continues

, 17 March 2023
Mark Temnycky looks at the turbulence in Tbilisi, Georgians’ desire to join the EU, and the authoritarian drift of the ruling Dream Party

Putin's Energy Attack: Surviving a Warm Winter Battle is Not Winning the War

, 10 February 2023
Though gas prices have fallen they are expected to rise again this Summer, so Europe can waste no more time diversifying its energy market, says Mark Temnycky

Russians Living in an Alternative Reality

, 23 January 2023
Mark Temnycky shows how the greatest victims of Russian disinformation are Russians themselves

Putin Fails to Create a Rift Between Europe and America over Aid to Ukraine

, 16 December 2022
Mark Temnycky says that though Russia gambled to finance far-right politicians in Western elections this year, the attempt to stifle support for Ukraine has failed badly

Is Russia Losing Both the Kinetic and Information War?

, 16 November 2022
With the liberation of Kherson and no 'red wave' in the US Congress, Mark Temnycky considers how Russia faces defeats on the ground and a loss of influence

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