Tag: Oleg Kozyrev

‘Worker Wreckers’ Return to Putin’s Russia

June 11, 2014

Staunton, June 11 – Not long ago, Vladimir Putin and his regime revived the Stalin-era term “national traitors” to describe any Russian who opposes the policies of the Kremlin as a way to isolate and perhaps ultimately punish them for this political crime. Now, he is resuscitating another Stalin-era category “worker wreckers.” Earlier this week, […]

Russian Occupation Threatens Crimea’s Fragile Environment, Ecologist Says

May 23, 2014

Staunton, May 22 – Occupation authorities rarely take good care of the environment of the territory they have seized, and the Russian Anschluss of Crimea is no exception, with the Russian ecological legislation and practice significantly less good than their Ukrainian counterparts, according to Volodimir Boreyko, head of the Kyiv Ecological-Cultural Center. Boreyko’s views on […]