What Nadiya Savchenko’s Example Can Teach the West

March 5 marked the sixty-third anniversary of Joseph Stalin’s death. A friend texted me a photo of a poster from a Moscow bus shelter, a death mask of the Soviet dictator, captioned with the words: “That one died, this one will, too,” presumably a reference to Russia’s current ruler Vladimir Putin. There’s a certain sad Russian resignation in this; yet some Russians keeping pushing for human rights and political change now.Russian human rights activists are demanding authorities release Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian pilot who has been behind bars in a Russian prison since Moscow-backed separatists captured her in eastern Ukraine …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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