In Moscow, an anonymous activist performed an action “Bucha-Moscow” in protest against the Russian army’s war crimes in Ukraine. It was reported by the “Kholod” internet magazine. In the images taken in the most popular locations in central Moscow, including the Kremlin, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and the Old Arbat the activist is lying on the ground with his hands tied up behind his back – a reference to the war crimes in Bucha near Kiyv where bodies with tied up hands were found after the town was reclaimed from the Russian troops.
Nikolay Epplée: The Inconvenient Present
Nikolay Epplée, the author of The Inconvenient Past, is one of the most prominent voices in the Russian society today. We are publishing three essays written in the time of the war on making excuses of the past, on the responsibility of the Russian culture and on fear