Sarah Hurst looks at the work of Alexei Navalny, now in a coma in a Berlin hospital, and how it connects with the UK
Sarah Hurst analyses the signs that the Belarusian dictator Lukashenko is panicking in the face of public opposition
Sarah Hurst reports on the targeting of Petr Verzilov and how the President is pulling out all the stops to ensure a 1 July vote on sweeping changes to the Russian Constitution goes in his favour
Sarah Hurst talks to the British businessman Roger Munnings about his business interests with Russian companies and his vocal support for Vladimir Putin
@Life_Disrupted reports on two senior medical staff fatalities and one critically injured while complaints about Vladimir Putin’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis mount.
As Putin seeks to extend his power in perpetuity, Sarah Hurst reports how a comedian is forced to flee the country for mocking the Russian President.
With the news that Russian President Vladimir Putin has passed a law classifying journalist, bloggers and even social media users as ‘foreign agents’, Sarah Hurst has been keeping track of those paying the ultimate price.
Sarah Hurst reports on the death of a Russian environmental activist and how opposing the Kremlin is an increasingly risky business.
Sarah Hurst reports on some of the ‘New Greatness’ activists who are paying the price for dissenting from Putin’s growing dictatorship.
Sarah Hurst on her afkaesque experience of waste and confusion at the new Trade Remedies Authority.