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Russia Insider is a news website that was launched in September by American expatriates living in Russia. Russia Insider was founded in by Charles Bausman, an expatriate who had lived in Moscow for nearly 30 years and had been dissatisfied with what he perceived as the Western media's coverage of the outbreak of the crisis in Ukraine. In late , Ukrainian writer and political activist Anton Shekhovtsov who investigates the far-right in Russia, asserted that Bausman had sought funding from Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeev , who is reportedly close to the Kremlin, citing emails leaked by Anonymous International in which Alexey Komov acted as an intermediary. Writing for ThinkProgress in , Casey Michel similarly asserted that "a series of leaked emails showed site founder and editor Charles Bausman requesting funding from Konstantin Malofeev. The website has been criticized for its pro-Kremlin stance,    accused of being among "pro-Kremlin propaganda sites" by Newsweek ,  and called "pro-Kremlin" by BBC News and the Slate website,   being further accused of disseminating "false or misleading content" by the RAND Corporation.