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Locking up the Naysayers


As the new Putin era begins, many Russians openly claim they’re tired of talking about politics. That doesn’t change the fact that thousands remain imprisoned for their anti-government views, facing increasingly repressive if ill-defined anti-extremism legislation.

As the new Putin era begins, many Russians openly claim they’re tired of talking about politics. That doesn’t change the fact that thousands remain imprisoned for their anti-government views, facing increasingly repressive if ill-defined anti-extremism legislation.

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