Small legislative revolutions in store for Russia's private security sector

With mistrust growing across the board, Moscow is looking for ways to better control the tchopi, or private security firms, operating on Russian territory while at the same time tap into their more in-the-field presence to support the state security services. [...] (734 words)
Issue dated 13/07/2022 Reading time 3 minutes
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