Tuesday, May 15, 2007

The "Other" Nashists

In an interesting article published - somewhat incongruously - in the pages of the RIA Novosti website, Leonid Radzikhovsky has commented on the irony of the fact that the actions and ideology of one of Russia’s principal opposition movements, the National Bolshevik Party, differ little from those of its opponents, the government-controlled Nashi youth movement. He notes that
the opposition is essentially identified with the most aggressively anti-Western part of [Russian] state ideology. Only “minus the corruption”…
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