Kirill Kobrin is a writer, historian and journalist. He is an editor of the Russian intellectual journal Neprikosnovennyi Zapas, and is the author of 27 books and numerous publications in the Russian, British, Latvian, Lithuanian and German press. He lives in Riga.
Are we seeing the end times of Russia’s police capitalism?
By mobilising working class and minority ethnic men for war against Ukraine, Russia launched its first class war of...
Sliding into isolation: Russia and the world
While losing leverage on its neighbours, Putinist Russia has adopted a means of exerting influence and exercising...
Russia’s liberal intelligentsia and the post-Putin consensus
After Putin, Russia's cultural consensus will package private property together with neo-colonialism, racism and...
To avoid descent into barbarism, Russia needs real socialism
What does a post-Putin and post-neoliberal future look like in Russia?