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Cooptation and Repression: The Kremlin’s Approach Russian Nationalists

The now-annual extreme-nationalist “Russian March” in Lublino (a working-class district in Moscow, populated mostly by ethnic Slavs), on November 4—National Unity Day—saw a sharply reduced number of marchers this year. Last Wednesday’s march in the Russian capital had only about 700 participants, whereas previous years’ marches had attracted between 5,000 and 10,000. As in previous years, the demonstration brought together a disparate number of nationalist groups, including “Pamiat,” “Pan-Slavists,” the “Russian Human Rights League” and the “Right Column.” Many in the crowd chanted “no war between brother nations” and “peace with Ukraine.” Others called out “there will be no peace …read more

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