12.12.2011 [The Guardian] - As the president, DmitryMedvedev, and the prime minister, Vladimir Putin, move to calm the growing tension, Moscow residents give their view. Protesters have promised to gather again in two weeks' time if the Kremlin refuses to annul the result.
09.12.2011 [CorpComms Magazine] - Russian President DmitryMedvedev has been left red-faced after an offensive re-tweet was posted from his personal @MedvedevRussia Twitter account, for all of his 741000 followers to see. Although the tweet was quickly discovered and removed from the
07.12.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - DmitryMedvedev, the Russian president, has been left embarrassed after he retweeted an insult directed at the Kremlin's political opponents laced with jaw-droppingly offensive language. By Andrew Osborn, Moscow Mr Medvedev, who brands himself a tech
02.12.2011 [Huffington Post UK] - Russian presidential candidates Vladimir Putin and DmitryMedvedev have recruited some unusual political allies for their rival campaigns. At a recent meeting with bloggers at the Kremlin, Medvedev appeared flanked by a bevvy of teenage female