This is a book about the heroines who stood up to the Russian political mafia and its Don, Putin. The book deals with the injustices they suffered, replies to the slanders they faced and explains who... More > they are and what they stand for. It explores the ideals and the individuals which inspire them from history to the present day and the political and cultural currents which they support.
The book also describes the reasons for Putin's drift towards authoritarianism, nationalism and religion and discusses Pussy Riot's struggle in the context of the current situation and the perspectives for Russia.< Less
Putin and the antichrist have a job to do on 4th of July and here is the evidence... The U.S.A. has Serpens Cauda ascending, however the dangerous part of Serpens is the head with its accursed star.... More > This star is not only traditionally accursed but also a real star of the devil and the antichrist as proven throughout our long astrological career...< Less
This e-book argues that Russia under Vladimir Putin is not a democracy. It is, however, a partial democracy in that there are elements of proceduralism in Russia’s political processes (such as... More > elections, a presidency, a written Constitution, and a parliament that consists of an upper and lower chamber.) This e-book will indicate the areas where Russia under Putin fail to sufficiently met the criteria for a substantive (thereby full) democracy. The researcher believes that the subject matter is important because it deals with the issue of Russian integration into the EU (European Union). If Russia hopes to be seen positively by their European counterparts, then democratization should be high on its agenda. Moreover, based on the “Democratic Peace” thesis, a democratized Russia will provide a more secure geopolitical reality in the European region.< Less