With the international attention focused on last August’s poisoning of Alexey Navalny, the most famous opponent to Vladimir Putin’s government in Russia, an analysis on the composition, current role and future influence of Russia’s opposition is needed. This dossier looks at the major groups forming opposition—both those operating within the formal institutions and the major players outside it. Who are they? How influential are they and what are their requests? What challenges do they face in an increasingly authoritarian Russia?