Marjorie Farquharson: The Demise of the Russian President’s Pardons Commission (2002)

This piece from 2002 by the late Marjorie Farquharson (1953-2016) has been published on the website Marjorie and is republished here by kind permission. It was first published on 18 January 2002 by RFE/RL…

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Marjorie Farquharson: Kronid Lyubarsky (1935-1996). An obituary (1996)

This piece from 1996 by the late Marjorie Farquharson (1953-2016) has been published on the website Marjorie and is republished here by kind permission. For over 25 years, Kronid Lyubarsky was one of the…

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Marjorie Farquharson: Suffering Russia and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1997)

This piece from 1997 by the late Marjorie Farquharson (1953-2016) was originally published on the website Marjorie and is republished here by kind permission. I recently spent time in a Moscow hospital. The medicine…

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Marjorie Farquharson: Recruitment for the Moscow Information officer

This piece from March 1992 by Marjorie Farquharson was originally published on the website Marjorie and is republished here by kind permission. Press work is a natural and important part of the Moscow job,…

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From Marjorie Farquharson’s diary (1984): “If Sakharov dies, the whole effort of human rights work seems hopeless”

Photo from Marjorie - a website devoted to Marjorie Farquharson From the diary of Marjorie Farquharson, 27 May 1984 What one truly understands clearly articulates itself, and the words to…

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