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16 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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Russia’s 2021 review, 2022 preview

Moscow Times

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The coming year in Russian politics is likely to be marked by continued repression of the remnants of political opposition and independent media, experts told The Moscow Times.

After a year in which the radical “non-systemic” opposition around jailed activist Alexei Navalny was all but destroyed, and a host of independent media outlets were declared “foreign agents” as Russia took a rapid authoritarian turn, analysts agree that more is to come.

“The regime will remain authoritarian and continue stamping out civil society,” said Andrei Kolesnikov, an analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center think tank.

“At this point, it can’t stop itself.”

But even as the state widens the net of repression, other challenges are set to influence Russia’s politics in the year ahead, ranging from economic stagnation through the continuing pandemic to climate change.

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2021: Russia’s Year in Review

 

15 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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El mejor blog sobre Sahagún (Jose Luis Luna)

15 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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Trust in America (Pew)

Trust in America: A video series

Trust in American institutions is essential to the functioning of U.S. democracy. Yet today, many feel that trust is declining. So what impact does this have on society? We explore that question in our new five-part animated video series. Each short video brings together the Center’s key findings about trust in the news mediaelectionspolicescientists and the economy.

15 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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Journalism, Media and Technology: trends and predictions 2022

Reuters Institute

Executive summary | 1. The business of journalism is looking up for some | 2. Audience strategies and publisher innovation | 3. The practice of journalism: hybrid newsrooms, generational change, and new agendas | 4. Government regulation, privacy, and the future of platforms | 5. What’s next  | 6. Conclusions | Survey methodology | Acknowledgements | About the Author | Download a PDF version

El informe. Esta semana hemos publicado Journalism, Media and Technology: Trends and Predictions 2022 (periodismo, medios y tecnología: tendencias y predicciones para 2022). Se trata de nuestra investigación anual y global sobre los temas clave en el futuro del sector. La elabora Nic Newman y la hemos traducido al español.

La muestra. El análisis de este año se basa en una encuesta a 246 líderes de 52 países, que trabajan en distintas áreas (editorial, comercial o producto), en medios tradicionales o nativos digitales, con responsabilidad en el ámbito digital o en la estrategia de la compañía. 

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14 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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La secesión de Cataluña (excelente análisis de Adolf Tobeña)

Hibernación secesionista en la Cataluña fragmentada

El diecisiete de diciembre de 2021 cayó en viernes. El último viernes de faena antes de Navidad. A las doce del mediodía dicté una conferencia en la sala Ernest Lluch del Congreso de los Diputados. Se accede a ese auditorio desde la entrada en la esquina de la Carrera de San Jerónimo con Cedaceros. Los organizadores andaban algo inquietos por el día, las medidas de seguridad y las cautelas exigibles con la plaga viral arreciando de nuevo, aunque la sala ofrecía un buen aspecto cuando tocó comenzar. Continuar leyendo →

14 enero, 2022
por Felipe Sahagún
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Will Russia go to a new war in Ukraine? (Amb. Michael McFaul)

 

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LINK TO VIDEO

This week, FP editor in chief Ravi Agrawal was joined by national security and intelligence reporter Amy Mackinnon and former U.S. Ambassador to Russia  Michael McFaul for a live, subscriber-only virtual event. 

High-level talks between the United States and Russia haven’t altered Washington’s perception that Moscow may invade Ukraine. But what are the calculations behind Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ultimate decision? What could stop him? What cards do Washington, Kyiv, and Brussels still have to play?FP Live brings together experts and insiders to discuss the latest stories, going deep into the issues and taking questions from readers. A recording is available for you to revisit this week’s conversation.

Further  readings in Foreign Policy

Turkey Could Lose Big in the Russia-Ukraine Standoff

Ukraine’s Military Has Come a Long Way Since 2014

Russia Talks Show No Sign of a Quick Resolution on Ukraine Crisis