UkraineAlertMar 18, 2022
Why Russia’s anti-war movement matters
By Dylan Myles-Primakoff
While opinion polls consistently indicate strong Russian public support for Putin's Ukraine War, the country's anti-war movement also matters and may actually be larger than it at first appears.
New AtlanticistSep 17, 2021
How Russia made Apple and Google complicit in its internet crackdown
By Dylan Myles-Primakoff, Justin Sherman
Just as voting opened in Russia, Apple and Google deleted an app from their stores published by Alexei Navalny's team designed to deliver candidate recommendations. Here's why that signals an international problem.
Dylan Myles-Primakoff is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and a senior program manager at the National Endowment for Democracy. Myles-Primakoff previously worked as a program manager for the Free Russia Foundation, focusing on high-tech entrepreneurial exchanges and diaspora community engagement, and as a director of business development at Clostra, Inc., which develops technology-for-democracy programming. He also previously worked as a research designer at Georgetown University’s Project Argus, developing an early warning system for global political instability and conflict, on projects to improve local governance in Russia at the World Bank, and at the Moscow office of Human Rights Watch. He holds a BA in Russian studies from Swarthmore College and an MA in regional studies of Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia from Harvard University.