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Governance

Zelenskyy’s Government and the Challenge for Checks and Balances

BY MYKHAILO MINAKOV

The First 100 Days of the Zelenskyy Presidency

BY MATTIA NELLES

We are now one hundred days into the presidency of Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who won office by a historic margin despite a stunning lack of any political experience. What can we discern of his intentions?

Ask Not What the Kremlin Will Do Next

BY MAXIM TRUDOLYUBOV

The last time ordinary Russians saw their real incomes grow was in 2013. Russia is in year six of a slow impoverishment, a stretch we have not seen since the 1990s. President Putin’s approval rating, a measure that the Kremlin itself pays close attention to, today is not at its lowest, but, at 68 percent, it is far from its post-Crimea highs.

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