Analysing how decisions are made in authoritarian regimes arguably reveals more about their structure and character than studying ersatz political parties and manipulated elections.
This event discusses decision-making in Russia in relation to internet policy, the judiciary and political actors. Particular emphasis will be devoted to how decision-making has been altered by the recent constitutional changes.
Tanya Lokot, Associate Professor, Digital Media and Society, School of Communications, Dublin City University
Nikolay Petrov, Senior Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House
Pavel Baev, Research Professor, Peace Research Institute, Oslo