Limonov on Russia’s Game in Georgia

I’m fascinated by Eduard Limonov and the controversy surrounding him. In Moscow, I bought his Limonov protiv Putina to get a better idea of his thought on Russia under Putin. Time has not permitted me to read the book. I hope to get to it soon. I also purchased B. G. Yakemenko’s denunciation, Limonov o […]

Unity and Disunity on National Unity Day

National Unity Day has come and gone. Events were predictable. The nationalists defied authorities and held a modest march of 1500-2000 in Moscow chanting “Russia for Russians.” It was met by 1000 of the 6500 strong police force that was deployed around the city. Police arrested 200 people as they tried to join the illegal […]