Alec Luhn

Guardian

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Alec Luhn is a Moscow-based writer for the Guardian. He previously wrote for The Nation.

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After warm greetings in public, Presidents Trump and Putin were behind closed doors for more than two hours today in Hamburg, Germany.

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Riot police detain demonstrators during an anti-corruption protest organised by opposition leader Alexei Navalny, on Tverskaya Street in central Moscow, Russia, June 12, 2017 Photo by…

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Now that the Oval Office conversation between President Trump and Russian officials is the subject of global speculation, let's hear how it is playing out in Russia.

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