An Arrest Across the Ocean

April 8, 2013

Yesterday Moscow Presnensky District Court, acting upon a petition by the Main Investigative Department for the City of Moscow, issued an arrest warrant for Boris Kuznetsov, an attorney. According to the investigators, back in 2007 acting as a defense attorney for one of his clients, Kuznetsov revealed information considered a state secret, by disclosing the […]

Kadyrov’s Thugs

April 4, 2013

“Kadyrov’s bodyguards” have been released once again. The generals promised: those who have kidnapped and tortured people in Moscow will be punished, will go to jail and will face trial. But they’re already free. We demand an answer from the Russian Federation Investigative Committee, the Federal Security Service (FSB), the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the […]

Cyprus, Russia – and Syria

March 21, 2013

Just as I was getting used to thinking of Cyprus as the Mediterranean clime where Hezbollah agents go to spy on ‘the Jews’ and Rami Makhlouf is granted citizenship, I awaken to the fact that future of the eurozone may in fact depend on the good graces of Vladimir Putin. An island nation with a […]