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Most Russians View Lenin Positively
Radio Free Europe

Most Russians View Lenin Positively

A public-opinion poll in Russia has found that 51 percent of respondents view the influence of Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin on Russian history as "entirely positive" or "mostly positive." The poll was released on April 22, the 144th anniversary ... Radio Free Europe, 23 hours ago
More Than Half Of Russians View Lenin Positively Big News Network, 18 hours ago

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MI5 suspected Russian Communists of attempts to infiltrate Boy Scouts British press

Following the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution the British Intelligence Service agents had for many years investigated "conspiracy" to insert Communists into the ranks of Boy Scouts, the article says. The publication adds that MI5 did its best to counter ...
 Voice of Russia1 week ago
Nepali Times

Replacing hammers and sickles

The latest from the Bolsheviks at Balkhu is that the Unified Communist Party of Nepal Marxist- Leninist wants to lose Comrades Karl and Vladimir from its suffix, and even drop the hammer and sickle as its official symbolism. The party had tried to ...
 Nepali Times2 weeks ago

Derring-do in Bolshevik Russia

On April 16, 1917, a "little man with Asiatic features" stepped off a train at Finlyandsky Station in Petrograd, modern-day St Petersburg. Apart from the crowd of fervid supporters waiting to receive Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov "Lenin" from his long exile, three ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Trouble-maker Aijo risks loss ...

From National Bolshevik activist Beness Aijo, recently deported by Ukraine, now in the UK, vows to sue the Latvian government, because, it is "planning to illegally strip him of citizenship," reports LETA. In an open letter, Aijo says he is ...
 Baltic Times2 weeks ago
Charter 97

National Bolshevik activist gets custody term

10:44, — Politics Dzmitry Paliyenka, an activist of the National Bolshevik Movement, has been sentenced to 13 days in custody. Activist Dzmitry Paliyenka was taken to a detention centre to serve a 13-day term for disorderly conduct. ...
 Charter 974 weeks ago

US court tosses out Bolshevik expropriation claims against Yale

16:41 21/03/2014 MOSCOW, March 21 (RAPSI, Ingrid Burke) - Refusing to second-guess Bolshevik nationalization policies, a US court held Thursday that Yale University's title to Vincent van Gogh masterpiece The Night Café cannot be challenged by ...
 RAPSI1 month ago

Russian social media founder flees country

IN CONTACT: Pavel Durov of Vkontakte at the Digital Life Design conference in Munich, Germany, in January 2012. The founder of Russia's leading social media network - a wunderkind often described as Russia's Mark Zuckerberg - has left his post ... hours ago Founder of Russia's leading social media network quits company, flees country  610 CKTB8 hours ago Russian social media CEO quits, flees country  Miami Herald8 hours ago RussianS VKontakte CEO quits, flees country  Today Online38 minutes ago
Los Angeles Times

Vladimir Putin's shopping list: Which country could be next?

Advertisement After Russia's recent actions in Ukraine, it's no surprise that other countries bordering Russia are wondering where they stand on Vladimir Putin's shopping list. That they are on the list is a given. Article 61 of Russia's ...
 Los Angeles Times1 hour ago Can the Kremlin's Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories Tell Us What Russia Really Wants?  Pacific Standard1 week ago Vladimir Putin and the echoes of Russian history  Troy Media2 weeks ago Is Putin Friend or Foe for Natural Gas Investors?  Motley Fool3 weeks ago

Is Russia Suffering From Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

In Collapse of an Empire, Yegor Gaidar, the Russian economist and 1990s shock therapist, wrote that the identification of state grandeur with being an empire makes the adaptation to the loss of status of superpower a difficult task for the national ...
 The New Republic Online4 hours ago
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