Tag: Gogol

Putin’s Anti-Maidan Movement Won’t Be Any More Capable of Blocking Change than Nicholas II’s Black Hundreds, Bykov Says

March 11, 2015

Staunton, March 11 – Vladimir Putin’s Anti-Maidan movement has received a great deal of media attention, but it will not be any more capable of stopping change and even revolutionary change in Russia once the number of dissatisfied Russians reaches “critical mass,” according to Dmitry Bykov. That has not yet happened, the Moscow commentator says, […]

Sources of Russia’s ‘Eternal Return’ to Past Patterns Examined by Moscow Sociologists

April 7, 2014

Staunton, April 6 – Ten days ago, the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences hosted a symposium on “Russia’s Paths: The New Old Order – an Eternal Return,” a subject this institution has examined before but one that, according to a report published at the end of last week, has acquired new importance. The […]