"Where is our victory? Where is the advancement?" Moscow State University professor Vitaly Tretyakov said Russians could ask regarding the war with Ukraine.
Ukrainian successes on the Kharkiv City-Izyum axis in the counteroffensive are damaging trust in the Russian command, the think tank said.
Chaos ensued after hackers instructed taxis from a ride-sharing app to go to Kutuzovsky Prospekt, a major road leading into the center of Moscow.
A photo of Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan in the Red Square features another famous leader, social media users have speculated.
Another host on the Russian news program "The Meeting Place" mused about his "fantasy" that a Pentagon official dealing with Ukraine "chokes on a cherry pit."
The conscription was allegedly ordered by Russian Army General Aleksandr Dvornikov, the commander of the Southern Military District.
Ukraine has been carrying out strikes on bridges in the south—key Russian supply lines from the occupied Crimean Peninsula.
Dugina was killed on August 20 when a bomb placed in a car exploded.
"I seriously fear for his life, he needs immediate hospitalization," his laywer said.
The Kremlin's version of Darya Dugina's assassination is "absolutely out of the scale of plausibility," an expert told Newsweek.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a news conference on Tuesday that he believes it was a "barbaric crime that can never be forgiven."
Alexander Dugin said his daughter told him she felt "like a warrior" and a "hero" before she was killed.
One commentator said Russia is now "at war" with the United States and Britain.
"We regard this as one instance of provocation in a very long line of provocations by Russia," said Urmas Reinsalu, Estonia's foreign minister.
"The authorities are so afraid of the partisans that they are ready for any fables in order to maintain the appearance of total control," the group said.
Russian state media reported that Darya Dugina was killed in a car explosion on the outskirts of Moscow on Saturday night.
"The crime was prepared and committed by Ukrainian special services," the Russian federal security service said.
The NRA purportedly said that its goal is to "overthrow" and "destroy Putin," and warned Russian officials that if they do not resign, they will be "destroyed."
Sir Lawrence Freedman said on Sunday that the Russian president "didn't realize the gamble he was taking."
Figures in the Russian media have called for strikes against key areas in Ukraine in retaliation for the death of Darya Dugina.
The ambassador has since denied allegations about his wording, claiming to have been speaking in support of the Ukrainian people.
The strike on the naval headquarters in the occupied peninsula is the latest blow to Vladimir Putin's war efforts.
Griner is still in a Russian jail, but she could return home if a prisoner exchange plan is completed.
Retired U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis said that Vladimir Putin's "hand of cards [is] not enviable at this point."
A new Russian RPG rocket-launching robot has been revealed to be a modified Chinese "companion" robot dog.
"What's the point of searching?" a Russian television host asked, suggesting the Kremlin had already reviewed the documents.
The house arrest for Marina Ovsyannikova will last two months pending a trial.
"The SU-35 aircrafts also showed a low level of durability," a Ukrainian general posted on Facebook.
Three of the workers who were cleaning the sewer died, while the others were rescued on Sunday.