Tag Archives: Open Russia

CASE UPDATE: Yesterday, September 10, 2020, was 600 days since Anastasia Shevchenko, an activist with the Open Russia movement, was placed under a house arrest. Continue reading The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of Anastasia Shevchenko

On April 27, the General Prosecutor’s Office introduced three structures created by Mikhail Khodorkovsky into the register of undesirable NGOs: Open Russia Civic Movement, UK, Otkritaya Rossiya, UK and the Institute of Modern Russia.

Continue reading Open Russia considered undesirable in Russia – now what?

Alexander Morozov, a Russian political analyst, discusses the current developments in the Russian opposition’s camp.

Continue reading The Game Hit the Dam