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The Real Russia. Today. How Russia’s war against Ukraine continues to divide Putin’s elites: Published: Friday, June 17, 2022

How Russia’s war against Ukraine continues to divide Putin’s elites (7-min read)

Nearly four months into Moscow’s all-out war against Ukraine, Russian troops are making relative gains in the Donbas. By all appearances, however, the Kremlin has failed to realize the invasion’s original goals. And peace talks with Kyiv have ground to a halt. Meanwhile, back in Moscow, Russian elites have splintered into three camps — a “peace party,” a “war party,” and a “silent party” that somehow includes heavyweights like Moscow’s mayor and the prime minister. Meduza’s special correspondent Andrey Pertsev reports.

Alexey Sidnev spent 15 years working to improve elder care in Russia. Then an anti-war statement cost him his job. (7-min read)

Shortly after Russia launched its full-scale war in Ukraine, Alexey Sidnev, the founder of a network of geriatric centers called Senior Group, took a stand against it: he and a number of other NGO representatives wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin demanding he put a stop to the war. Two months later, Sidnev was fired from his own company. Sidnev is a pioneer of Russian social entrepreneurship; he’s been working since the mid-2000s to reinvent what it means to care for the elderly in Russia. Meduza special correspondent Sasha Sivtsova spoke with Sidnev about Senior Group’s mission, competition from the state, and how the war and pandemic have changed elder care in Russia.

After being saved from a Russian-bombed museum, Maria Prymachenko’s paintings caught the world’s attention — and not for the first time (8-min read)

Maria Prymachenko’s painting “A Dove Has Spread Her Wings and Asks for Peace”

Maria Prymachenko Family Foundation

On February 26, Russian troops shelled the village of Ivankiv in Ukraine’s Kyiv region, destroying a local museum that contained works by Ukrainian artist Maria Prymachenko. Local residents managed to save 12 paintings, and Prymachenko’s art was soon being admired all over the world; the paintings have gone for hundreds of thousands of dollars at art auctions and become a symbol of Ukraine’s fight for peace. Meduza tells the story of Maria Prymachenko and her bright, surreal artwork.

The assault has drawn comparisons to Azovstal, but this time could be different. (3-min read)

On June 15, Russian officials announced the opening of a humanitarian corridor to evacuate civilians from the Azot chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk. The corridor led evacuees to the city of Svatove, which is on the territory of the self-proclaimed “Luhansk People’s Republic” (LNR). Russia’s Defense Ministry rejected Ukraine’s request to organize an evacuation route to Lysychansk, which is under Ukrainian control.

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