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Alexey Sidorenko · November, 2010

Born in Moscow. Graduated from the Moscow State University and defended Ph.D thesis there. Currently finishing MA thesis in the Warsaw University, Poland. Worked in Carnegie Moscow Center from 2005 till 2008 in the “Society and Regions” programm. More events at my blog

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Latest posts by Alexey Sidorenko from November, 2010

Russia: Competing Models of Internet Politics

RuNet becomes an arena of the competition of at least two concepts of the usage of the cyberspace: "United Russia"'s formula "Internet instead of democracy" and independent, grass-roots formula "Internet...

Russia: Online Cartoon Against Corruption in Road Construction

Russia: Phenomenal Growth of Facebook and Twitter in 2010

Russia: 25% of Registered Cyrillic Domains Suspended

Russia: Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Facebook Account Banned and Un-Banned

Russia: Bashkortostan President Meets Loyal Bloggers

Russia: LiveJournal Suspends Another Independent Blogger

Russia: New Portal Launches WebCam Discussion On Police Reform

Russia: Oleg Kashin is Back Online

Russia: Controversy as Cyrillic Domains Hit the Open Market

This post is part of our special coverage Languages and the Internet. On November 11, 2010, registration for Internet domains in Cyrillic script, the writing system used by Russian and...

Russia-France: Antifascists Rally for Khimki Forest in Louvre

Russia: Members of the Anarchist Art Group “Voina” Arrested

Russia: Pro-Kremlin Youth Movement's Programm Resembles Nazi

Russia: Vkontakte Social Network Recognized by RIAA as a Pirate Website

Russia: Pictures of Eid al-Adha Holiday in Moscow

Russia: Anti-Corruption Blogger Claims Officials Stole 4 Billion Dollars

Russia: Soccer Hooligans Might Be Involved in Assault on Oleg Kashin

Kazakhstan: LiveJournal Suspends Oppositioner's Account

Russia: More Assaults on Journalists

Russia: Bloggers Discuss Attack on Journalist Oleg Kashin

The brutal attack on Oleg Kashin, a prominent Russian blogger and journalist, became topic #1 in RuNet several hours after it had occurred. Kashin is still in a medically induced...

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