Elena Chudinova

Russian novelist Elena Chudinova is an outspoken critic of Islam and Muslim immigration.  Her article was translated by Chronicles contributor Eugene Girin.

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  • March 12, 2015

    Boris Nemtsov: How a Living Pawn Became a Dead King, Part II

    For now, several suspects from the Caucasus have been arrested. Let us note that all of the political murder victims of recent years—Markelov, Politkovskaya, and Nemtsov have been somehow or other tied to the Caucasus region.

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  • March 9, 2015

    Boris Nemtsov: How a Living Pawn Became a Dead King, Part I

    A generation arose and took its place in the life of Russia, which did witness Boris Nemtsov as a political heavyweight. The governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region, vice-premier, who was seen as an heir to Yeltsin, breathtaking ascension in his political career, and an ability to make country-wide policy—all this left Boris Nemtsov together with his youth.

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  • March 2015

    Islamic Terror in Paris: To Be Continued

    Muslim violence has returned to Paris, after nine years, with the murder of editorial-staff members of Charlie Hebdo. But the jihad of today looks different from the one that took place there in the fall of 2005.

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  • July 23, 2014

    QUI PRODEST?

    The Malaysian and Dutch embassies in Kiev are covered with heaps of flowers. But not a single little flower is brought in the memory of the victims of the bombings of Lugansk, which happened on the same day as the downing of flight MH17.

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  • June 18, 2014

    Slaviansk: Civilians Under Attack

    Six-year-old Polina Sladkaya became the latest lodger of the Slaviansk morgue. She was killed on June 8 by a Ukrainian mortar shell. Everyone knows that morgue workers are not distressed by the sight of dead bodies, because of a natural coping mechanism.

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  • June 9, 2014

    Slaviansk in Flames

    Fairness does not exist and it is no use looking for it. The world got into the habit of taking the wrong side.

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