Olga Romanova: Fishman on the country and Nemtsov

Olga Romanova 3 May 2022 Olga Romanova reviews Mikhail Fishman's new book: Преемник. История Бориса Немцова и страны, в которой он не стал президентом [The Successor. The history of Boris…

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Oleg Orlov: “I was merely stating a terrible truth: in our country, fascism has triumphed”

12 May 2022 On 29 April 2022, Oleg Orlov and Irina Galkova were detained in Red Square while staging an anti-war picket. Oleg is a former employee of the now-liquidated…

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Aleksandr Podrabinek: Time to Judge. Who will answer for the war against Ukraine?

27 February 2022 by Aleksandr Podrabinek Source: Vot-Tak.TV The Russian Security Council meeting held this past Monday made a strong impression on everyone. Above all by the intellectual mediocrity of…

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Law of the Week: Putin signs decree introducing constitutional amendments from 4 July

Week-ending 3 July 2020 Putin Signs Decree On Constitutional Amendments, Changes Take Effect July 4 MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree that will bring into force a sweeping…

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Sergei Davidis: After the first shock of the amendments aimed at keeping Putin in power forever, it’s time to decide what to do about them

12 March 2020 Sergei Davidis is director of the Programme for Supporting Political Prisoners at the Memorial Human Rights Centre Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Facebook] Although I, along…

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