Tag: Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine

Assessing ‘Putin.War’ — A Look At the Last Investigation By Boris Nemtsov and His Colleagues

May 28, 2015

On May 28, the English-language edition of Putin.War, the report opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was working on when he was assassinated was released in Washington, DC. It was prepared by the Free Russia Foundation and translated by The Interpreter‘s Catherine A. Fitzpatrick. A meeting was held at the Atlantic Council to present the report, where […]

Sources, Not Conclusions of Nemtsov’s Research on Ukraine Frightened Kremlin, Samoylova Says

March 6, 2015

Staunton, March 6 – The Kremlin had no reason to be afraid of the impact of Boris Nemtsov’s conclusion that there are Russian troops fighting in Ukraine. Despite Moscow’s denials, everyone knows that is the case. But it did have reason to be worried about the sources of his information: the mothers of soldiers who […]

Russia This Week: ‘The Bear is Not Going To Ask Permission of Anyone’ (October 20-26)

October 24, 2014

Updated Daily. This week’s issue: – TV Rain Selects Most-Discussed Quotations from Putin’s Speech – At Valdai, Putin Lauded by Sycophants and ‘Realists’ – Russian Soldiers Still in Ukraine; Kremlin Announces Compensation for Missing and Killed Servicemen – Former Lenta.ru Editor Launches Medusa in Riga; TV Rain Evicted in Moscow – Putin’s Neo-Imperialism and the […]