Guests: Paul Josephson and Sharyl Corrado on conquering nature, settlement, and Russian expansion in the Arctic and Sakhalin.
Guests: Maya Peterson and Christopher Ward on water and the environment in the Soviet Union.
I haven’t peeked into the world of Nashi in a while. The movement seems like it’s in a rut and continues to bobble along. Long gone are the days where Nashi paraded 10,000 red and white clad youths down a Moscow thoroughfare denouncing the scourge of “colored revolution.”
Yet Nashi perseveres. It carries out a small action against illegal gambling clubs here; and joins the chorus of sympathy for Poland there. Nothing flashy. Almost barely noticeable, in fact. If it wasn’t for the machinations of its member and Duma rep Robert Shlegel, Nashi would barely make headlines at all.
Shlegel reared his all too Aryan looking head following
It looks like Nashi might have crossed a line in their campaign against Alexander Podrabinek. According to Vremya, the Civil Society Institutions and Human Rights