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Sofi Oksanen: They fooled you - Greetings from the countries bordering Russia
par Sofi Oksanen,
publié le 01/07/2014
- When I was a kid, my Estonian family never watched TV. Not because they disliked TV-shows, but because Soviet-TV was pure zombie-propaganda. Finland was my other homeland and when we got back to Finland, after visiting my Estonian family, switching on the television was one of the first things we did. It was like opening a window. I can still smell that moment, when my lungs were filled with free air, though I wouldn't have used that word at the time – free.
The Truth of Pussy Riot
par Masha Gessen,
publié le 21/02/2014
- A great work of art is also often not immediately recognizable. Five young women entered the enormous Cathedral of Christ the Savior early in the morning on February 21, 2012, took off their overcoats to expose differently colored dresses and neon-colored tights, pulled on similarly neon-colored balaclavas, climbed up on the soleas (having lost one of their number in the process—she had been grabbed by a security guard), and proceeded to dance, play air guitar, and sing a song they called a “punk prayer,” beseeching Mother of God to “get rid of Putin.”
par Paul Hollander ,
publié le 09/04/2009
Professeur émérite de sociologie à l'université du Massachusetts (Amherst) et membre du Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies de Harvard, Paul Hollander s'est distingué par ses travaux sur le communisme, la violence, les relations est-ouest et l'anti-américanisme.