Matthew Luxmoore


Matthew Luxmoore is a Moscow-based journalist covering Russia and the former Soviet Union. He has reported for The New York Times in Moscow and has written for The Guardian, Politico, The New Republic, and RFE/RL.

Articles by Matthew Luxmoore
Russian President Vladimir Putin holds his annual press conference at the Manege exhibition hall in central Moscow on Dec. 23.
Russian President Vladimir Putin holds his annual press conference at the Manege exhibition hall in central Moscow on Dec. 23.
Oleg Blinov, the 43-year-old Russian captain of the SIRIUS-21 space simulation, shows his T-Shirt promoting the program in Moscow on Oct. 13.
Oleg Blinov, the 43-year-old Russian captain of the SIRIUS-21 space simulation, shows his T-Shirt promoting the program in Moscow on Oct. 13.
A man walks past a United Russia party campaign poster in Moscow.
A man walks past a United Russia party campaign poster in Moscow.
Youths with their face painted with the colors of the Ukrainian flag protest on November 29, 2013 on Independence Square during an opposition protest in Kiev. Ukrainian authorities on November 29 deployed hundreds of riot police to central Kiev where thousands of protesters gathered after President Viktor Yanukovych failed to salvage a key deal with the European Union. Earlier in the day, thousands of Ukrainians locked hands in a symbolic chain linking their ex-Soviet country to the European Union. Protesters formed a human chain that began in the Independence Square and ran along the main Kreshchatyk thoroughfare and other streets.  AFP PHOTO/ GENYA SAVILOV        (Photo credit should read GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images)
Youths with their face painted with the colors of the Ukrainian flag protest on November 29, 2013 on Independence Square during an opposition protest in Kiev. Ukrainian authorities on November 29 deployed hundreds of riot police to central Kiev where thousands of protesters gathered after President Viktor Yanukovych failed to salvage a key deal with the European Union. Earlier in the day, thousands of Ukrainians locked hands in a symbolic chain linking their ex-Soviet country to the European Union. Protesters formed a human chain that began in the Independence Square and ran along the main Kreshchatyk thoroughfare and other streets. AFP PHOTO/ GENYA SAVILOV (Photo credit should read GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images)
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