“In Almost Every Village Someone Was Killed”
“In Almost Every Village Someone Was Killed”
What prompted Dagestani people to oppose “partial mobilization”? Why did the protests have a female voice? What influenced the course of the events? What’s spiritual and political life in the republic like? Saida Sirazhudinova and Khazbi Budunov discuss the anti-war protest in Russia’s Dagestan and its conditions
“In Almost Every Village Someone Was Killed”
“In Almost Every Village Someone Was Killed”
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 2
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 2
What can we do in the face of conscription? What does “patriotic duty” mean in a country waging a criminal war? Remarks from six Russian men and women about their choices and their ideas of patriotism
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 2
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 2
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 1
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 1
What can we do in the face of conscription? What does “patriotic duty” mean in a country waging a criminal war? Remarks from six Russian men and women about their choices and their ideas of patriotism
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 1
Partial Mobilization: Six Stories. Part 1
“At Some Point, Everything You Do Becomes Activism”
“At Some Point, Everything You Do Becomes Activism”
How do you organize a cooperative in Ukraine after 2014? What’s it like to be a seamstress engaged with feminist and LGBTQ+ activism? Where are the boundaries between production, art, and activist work? The Kyiv seamstress collective ReSew talks about work ethics, migration, and self-organization in the time of war
“At Some Point, Everything You Do Becomes Activism”
“At Some Point, Everything You Do Becomes Activism”
Not a Single Soldier for the Criminal War!
Not a Single Soldier for the Criminal War!
“Posle” on mobilization: what to expect and what is to be done
Not a Single Soldier for the Criminal War!
Not a Single Soldier for the Criminal War!
Putin’s Invasion in Ukraine, or the Broken Identity of the Italian Left
Putin’s Invasion in Ukraine, or the Broken Identity of the Italian Left
A group of journalists and activists from Italy discuss the crisis that the war in Ukraine provoked among the Italian left and trace its historical roots
Putin’s Invasion in Ukraine, or the Broken Identity of the Italian Left
Putin’s Invasion in Ukraine, or the Broken Identity of the Italian Left