Tag: Glenn Greenwald

Interview with Snowden’s Lawyer: ‘Of Course He’s Homesick’

December 23, 2014

Rossiyskaya Gazeta (RG.ru), the Russian state newspaper of record, has published an interview with Anatoly Kucherena, the lawyer of Edward Snowden, titled Snowden Awaits his FiancĂ©: Anatoly Kucherena Describes How the Most Mysterious American Lives and Works. The interview was conducted by Boris Yamshanov, a journalist who has authored a number of articles on legal […]

Russia This Week: Gorbachev Confirms There Was No NATO ‘Non-Expansion’ Pledge (October 13-19)

October 18, 2014

Updated Daily. This week’s issue: – Soldiers’ Mothers Activist Arrested, Had Pressed Cases of Russian Soldiers in Killed in Ukraine – Gorbachev Confirms There Was No NATO ‘Non-Expansion’ Pledge – Poland Arrests Russian Lt. Colonel and Lawyer on Suspicion of ‘Espionage’ – Two American Journalism Professors Detained in St. Petersburg at Workshop – Harassment Continues […]

The Interpreter Obtains List of Prospective Attendees for Russian Valdai Club Annual Meeting

October 15, 2014

The Interpreter has obtained a copy of the list of people recommended for participation in the prestigious annual Valdai International Discussion Club meeting organized by the Russian government with Russian experts from around the world. Some highlights: Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia Mary Dejevsky, columnist for The Independent David Miliband, former British Secretary […]

Russia This Week: Opposition Protests Vote Fraud at Civic Chamber (26-30 May)

May 30, 2014

Updated Daily. A critical review of Glenn Greenwald’s book No Place to Hide by noted Russian intelligence and cybersecurity expert Andrei Soldatov reveals how little is known about Snowden in Russia. Another NGO has lost its court case attempting to challenge the prosecutor’s designation of “foreign agent,” even as the Russian Constitutional Court ruled that […]