“Putin is directly responsible for this.” Аleksandr Cherkasov and Maksim Reznik — on the potential consequences of the terrorist attack in Moscow

23 March 2024 by Andrei Presnyakov  Source: Spektr.press By the evening of 23 March, 133 victims of the terrorist attack on Crocus City Hall had been officially announced. There were…

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Aleksandr Cherkasov: The defeat of the Putin regime is necessary for Russia itself

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev 31 July 2023 Danila Galperovich interviews Aleksandr Cherkasov Source: Voice of America The former head of Memorial Human Rights Centre that was closed down by the Russian…

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Russia’s Informers. A discussion with Sergei Medvedev, Olga Romanova and Aleksandr Cherkasov [Radio Svoboda]

26 April 2023 Olga Romanova and Aleksandr Cherkasov on how the culture of denunciation has been reborn in Russia Source: Radio Svoboda Sergei Medvedev: In a year of war, denunciation culture…

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Aleksandr Cherkasov: ‘A feeling of impenetrable gloom.’ On the death of Sergei Grigoryants

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev 16 March 2023  By Aleksandr Cherkasov Source: The Moscow Times [Русская служба] Source: Facebook Sergei Ivanovich Grigoryants, who passed away on the night of Tuesday, 14 March,…

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Aleksandr Cherkasov on post-Soviet wars: how to break the chain of impunity

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev 11 December 2022 by Aleksandr Cherkasov [a translation of an abbreviated version of Aleksandr Cherkasov's presentation at the 'Russian Realities' online conference] Source: Facebook [original source: O…

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Aleksandr Cherkasov: ‘Life in Search of Meaning: Enlightening Hearts.’ Speech at the Global Peace Photo Award ceremony on 14 November 2022 at the Austrian Parliament

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev 2 December 2022 by Aleksandr Cherkasov Speech delivered at the Global Peace Photo Award ceremony on 14 November 2022 at the Austrian Parliament Good evening. And thank…

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‘Dovlatov’s phrase about “four million denunciations” is a dangerous falsehood.’ Aleksandr Cherkasov on repressions, the Nobel Prize and the state of human rights advocacy [Bumaga]

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev/ Facebook 21 November 2022 by Aleksandr Cherkasov Source: Bumaga This year, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to human rights activists: the chair of the Belarusian movement Viasna,…

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Aleksandr Cherkasov: No one could have imagined ‘37 coming in the guise of ‘41

20 October 2022 Aleksandr Cherkasov, human rights activist, laureate of the Moscow Helsinki Group prize Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Radio Svoboda] For a long time and at great length,…

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