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Anton Shekhovtsov
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 20
Had the Russian shaman learnt the Naruto run, the putemons would have never caught him.
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 19
According to the Austrian politician Peter Pilz, Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky paid millions of Euros to the Austrian far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) to have his man Thomas Schellenbacher elected to the Austrian parliament in 2013:
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 16
Russia has planted - even if indirectly - a Norwegian Hendrik Weber, who “observed” the Russian “presidential election” in Russia-annexed Crimea in 2018 (), in the Norwegian Red Party: he has recently been elected a member of a local council on its list.
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Nigel Gould-Davies Sep 11
My review of "The politics of Eurasianism: identity, popular culture and Russia's foreign policy" for . Excellent & full of insights, incl. chs by
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 10
Replying to @natvogel
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 9
Nikolay Malinov, the leader of the 🇧🇬 “Russophiles” movement, was detained in Bulgaria as the country’s services investigate an espionage case. In May 2019, Putin awarded Malinov a Friendship Order. Could be useful to know the names of all EU politicians awarded the same order.
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 9
Replying to @A_SHEKH0VTS0V
Other texts to consider in this discussion: - Andreas Umland: “Why and How a New Democratization of Russia Can Happen and Be Supported” - Anton Shekhovtsov: “Russia Is Ours”
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 9
Anton Barbashin continues the discussion of Russia’s place in the emerging multipolar world: “The G7 In Biarritz: Warmer to Russia, Colder to China”
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Replying to @27khv @eugene_reznik
As if the Kremlin distinguishes between “the two parts of the one nation”.
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Criminals are still people, and I feel - not angry - but very sorry for the country that fails to treat its citizens as human beings.
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Replying to @olex_scherba @RebHarms
The contrast is so incredible...
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Replying to @RebHarms
Your emotions are so well understood by millions of us, Rebecca!
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
A short but very powerful photo report how Ukraine welcomed back home 35 Ukrainian political prisoners who had been imprisoned by Putin’s regime:
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
My fellow Crimeans are free! I’m so happy for Oleg Sentsov and Alexander Kolchenko. С освобождением, ребята!
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Replying to @g900ap
A result of some Ukrainisation, I guess.
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
Replying to @lkornievych
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 7
This is how official Moscow pictures Russian prisoners now released by Ukraine: faceless. Although anti-Russian sentiments do exist in some Western countries, no other country hates and despises Russians as much as Putin’s Russia does - an indisputable champion of Russophobia.
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soviet soldiers dancing Sep 1
love will tear us apart - joy division
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Anton Shekhovtsov Sep 5
Viktor Orban’s summit on raising birthrates in Europe - with this line-up, I’m not entirely convinced they are serious about the issue.
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CEPA Sep 5
.: Ukraine's history is much, much more than a footnote of Russia's, despite what the Kremlin would like you to think. Watch:
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