Fear and Loathing – The View From Moscow

From Crimea to this apartment on the Upper West Side to a family member in Moscow—what Putin has wrought. Conor Cunningham

It’s been three weeks since Russia invaded Ukraine. In that time, the world has turned its focus to the people who have been caught in the middle of the war, and the atrocities brought on by Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin. In many countries, citizens have stood in solidarity with Ukraine, and even in Russia, where people live under an authoritarian government, there has been dissent. Recently, a Crimean native who now lives in New York City put us in contact

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