An Article Exploring Russia's Political Future
For generations, the Russian people have been forced to adapt to the suffering and injustice that they've been subjected to. Older generations did so by mainly prioritizing their survival above all instead of going head-to-toe with the government. But with the rise of a young generation, priorities shift and the thirst for freedom increases. Anna's article dives into these shifts, and she investigates the Russian youth's relationship with the law, police, and judicial system.