Prigozhin’s Treason & the Price of Betrayal

Yevgeny Prigozhin, it seems, is dead. This afternoon, his Embraer jet, with ten passengers on board, fell vertically from the sky after witnesses reported hearing two explosions. With uncharacteristic swiftness for the Russian state bureaucracy, the Kremlin’s aviation agency announced that Prigozhin was listed on the flight manifest within the hour. Three hours later, as … Continue reading Prigozhin’s Treason & the Price of Betrayal