(Issue # 1844) Many Russians credit Stalin with victory in World War II and continue to celebrate the Soviet Union's achievements in modernization under his rule. Photo: Wikimedia Commons 16 percent of respondents to the poll said Stalin's role ... St. Petersburg Times Russia, 6 days ago
Poll: Majority of Russians Say Stalin Played 'Positive Role' - VOA News, 1 week ago
More Than Half of Russians See Stalin in a Positive Light - Moscow Times, 1 week ago
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a complaint by the grandson of Josef Stalin over a Russian newspaper article that called the Soviet dictator a "bloodthirsty cannibal." The article appeared in the newspaper Novaya Gazeta in 2009.ABC News, 1 week ago Grandson Defending Stalin's Reputation Loses Case in European Court Moscow Times, 1 week ago Euro court rejects Stalin article claim Irish Examiner, 1 week ago Grandson fails in bid to protect Stalin's good name Breaking News.ie, 1 week ago
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Russian courts ruled appropriately in dismissing a defamation claim brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against Novaya Gazeta, which had referred to the late Soviet leader as a "bloodthirsty cannibal," the European Court of Human Rights said Thursday.
(Issue # 1844) The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday sided with the Russian courts, declaring inadmissible a defamation claim against the Novaya Gazeta newspaper by Stalin's grandson, Yevgeny Dzhugashvili. Photo: Bundesarchiv / ...St. Petersburg Times Russia, 1 week ago ECHR BACKS RUSSIAN COURTS IN STALIN DEFAMATION CASE St. Petersburg Times Russia, 1 week ago Europe's Top Rights Court Rejects Defamation Claim Brought by Stalin's Grandson Moscow Times, 1 week ago
Among the few who dared talk about Josef Stalin's political repressions, building No 5 on the corner of Moscow's Dolgorukovskaya Street became known as a house of widows. It's only now, six decades after the tyrannical Soviet leader's death, that ...Irish Times, 3 weeks ago First Moscow Buildings Get Plaques Commemorating Victims of Stalin's Purges Moscow Times, 1 month ago The last address: Moscow pays first tribute victims of Stalin's purges Malay Mail, 1 month ago
Josef Stalin, when asked in 1935 whether he could do anything with Russian Catholics to help win favor with the pope against the increasing Nazi threat, famously responded: How many divisions has he got? Almost 80 years later, his successor, ...Washington Times, 2 months ago
When novelist George Orwell ended his biting satire of Josef Stalin's Communist dictatorship of the former Soviet Union, Orwell penned at the end of Animal Farm what could be the greatest literary example of sanctioned and socially acceptable ...Examiner.com, 3 weeks ago
Yevgeny Dzhugashvili, 79, defends grandfather's name and legacy Lost lawsuit against Russian newspaper who called Stalin 'bloodthirsty' Soviet dictator believed to be responsible for 40 million deaths But grandson insists historians try to blame ...Capital Bay, 1 day ago
When Fox News Sean Hannity asked Thomas Sowell for his reaction to the mantra Hands up, don't shoot now being repeated from the protest theater of the streets to the floor of the U.S. House by members of the Black Caucus to negate the evidence ...WorldNetDaily, 1 month ago
Event Information December 1, 2014 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EST Saul/Zilkha Rooms Brookings Institution 1775 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20036 Register for the Event On December 1, the Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) ...Brookings Institution, 2 months ago
TheKremlin's chief envoy inthe Ural Mountains andwestern Siberia has called forRussians tounite against "national traitors," ina show ofsupport forthe Kremlin amid its increasingly tense standoff with theWest. Inlanguage reminiscent ofthe ...Moscow Times, 16 hours ago
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