Tag: Alexei Navalny

Greater Love Has No One than This: To Lay Down One’s Life for One’s Friends
Public Life

Greater Love Has No One than This: To Lay Down One’s Life for One’s Friends

On Friday, February 16, 2024, Russian Penitentiary Service (FSIN) that is responsible for the thriving GULAG system informed the world that Russia’s “Prisoner no. 1,” Alexey Navalny, collapsed during the daily walk in the camp and died shortly thereafter. While everyone who cared about Navalny had feared for his life every day since January 17,…

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The Navalny Protests and Orthodoxy’s A-Political Theology<span class='secondary-title'>Mumblings of the Sacred</span>
Religion and Politics, Theology

The Navalny Protests and Orthodoxy’s A-Political TheologyMumblings of the Sacred

At the end of January, what were perhaps the largest protest rallies in the last ten years took place across Russia. The protests were sparked by the arrest of opposition politician Alexei Navalny, who had returned to his homeland after medical treatment in Germany. Back in August 2020, Russian special services had tried to poison…

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