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In Moscow's Shadows

Mark Galeotti

Russia, behind the headlines as well as in the shadows. This podcast is the audio counterpart to Mark Galeotti's blog of the same name, a place where "one of the most informed and provocative voices on modern Russia", can talk about Russia historical and (more often) contemporary, discuss new books and research, and sometimes talk to other Russia-watchers. It will come out at least once a month, but if you'd like to try and make sure it comes out more often, support my work, or want to ask questions or suggest topics for me to cover, do please contribute to my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/InMoscowsShadows
Episodes
In Moscow's Shadows 85: War and Peace (and how both are changing)December 04, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 84: Putin the History (Abuse) ManNovember 20, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 83: Putin's decision-making; and Russian organised crime after the invasionNovember 13, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 82: What Prigozhin Wants, What Putin Believes, and Why Russia Might Create its own Bureau 39November 06, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 81: A Sampling of the Latest News; and the Russo-Chinese Intelligence RelationshipOctober 30, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 80: Annexations, Mobilisations, Martial Law and MoreOctober 22, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 79: Putin's Dilemmas, on and off the battlefieldSeptember 16, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 78: Organised Labour in a Neoliberal and Authoritarian RussiaSeptember 05, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 77: Gorbachev's Hope vs Putin's Victimhood, a short ruminationSeptember 01, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 76: The Impotence of Power and Giving Liz Truss some options for Narrative WarfareAugust 28, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 75: Shoigu and Power under Putinism-PatrushevismAugust 15, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 74: Putinism-PatrushevismJuly 31, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 73: From Liberal Politics to Boris Johnson's Departure, answers to more listener questionsJuly 17, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 72: A Tale of Two Colonels, Strelkov and PutinJuly 10, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 71: Russia, Ukraine and beyond - another miscellanyJuly 02, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 70: A Miscellany - Being Banned, Putin and Lavrov Speak Out, Divisions in the Elite and Listeners' QuestionsJune 18, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 69: A Bargain-Basement Empire in the Offing, and Who Is Sergei Kirienko?June 13, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 68: No, Russia isn't winning in Ukraine, and no, there's no coup imminent...May 29, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 67: Why September is the Month to Watch, and 'Putin, Ukraine and the Revenge of History'May 18, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 66: Silovik, Nuclear, Criminal and Religious - a Choice of VictoriesMay 01, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 65: Fabian Burkhardt on Russia's Elites, Coups and RumoursApril 22, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 64: Dvornikov, Mishustin, Scenarios and Traitors - more about UkraineApril 16, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 63: Terrible Crimes, Terrible Rulers, Terrible DilemmasApril 03, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 62: Ukraine: A New Strategy, An Absent Shoigu, An Angry National Guard and a Medieval Lithuanian ComparisonMarch 26, 2022 Episode artwork In Moscow's Shadows 61: Ukraine: When Autocracy meets Technocracy - Putin's War, Info War, Spook WarMarch 12, 2022 Episode artwork