Boris Kagarlitsky

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Writing from a Russian prison, sociologist Boris Kagarlitsky penned this open letter in support of a broad solidarity campaign with left-wing Russian political prisoners.

Green Left News Podcast Ep 37, April 6, 2024

Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist goes through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.

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Renowned Russian sociologist Boris Kagarlitsky sent the following message from prison to his daughter, Ksenia, on March 26. In it, he discusses the fallout of the horrific terrorist attack carried out at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall on March 22. Translated by Renfrey Clarke.

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Renowned Russian sociologist Boris Kagarlitsky was jailed on February 13 for five years on trumped-up charges of "justifying terrorism". In reality, his only crime has been to speak out against Russia's war in Ukraine. Renfrey Clarke has translated Kagarlitsky's first public letter sent from prison to his daughter, Ksenia.

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Following the horrific terrorist attack carried out at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall on March 22, Russian leftists are warning that the government’s response is “more frightening than the terrorist attack itself”, reports Federico Fuentes.

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Boris Kagarlitsky’s daughter, Ksenia Kagarlitskaya, and others inside and outside Russia, are spearheading a global campaign to demand her father’s release. She spoke with Green Left's Federico Fuentes about the campaign and the need for solidarity with all political prisoners in Russia.

Greens MPs Larissa Waters, Max Chandler-Mather and Jenny Leong, as well as National Tertiary Education Union general secretary Damien Cahill and Geelong Trades Hall Council president Zeta Henderson, are among those calling for anti-war activist Boris Kagarlitsky’s release from a Russian prison. Federico Fuentes reports.

Green Left News Podcast Ep 36, March 22, 2024

Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist goes through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.

Release Boris Kagarlitsky

A global petition has been launched to demand the release of Russian anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky.

Free Boris Kagarlitsky

Family members and supporters of renowned Russian sociologist Boris Kagarlitsky have initiated two fronts in their campaign to free the 65-year-old political prisoner, reports Federico Fuentes.

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Moscow-based poet, translator, and activist Kirill Medvedev, of the Russian Socialist Movement (RSD), spoke with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes regarding the significance of opposition leader Alexei Navalny death in prison and the recent jailing of anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky.

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Anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky has been sentenced to five years’ jail on appeal, a harsh sentence his supporters say is due to his opposition to Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, writes Federico Fuentes.