A story of Russian communists regrouping after the Fall of the USSR; their performance in elections; the strategies used against them.
Russia's oldest opposition party is a right-wing populist sideshow. Led by a man compared to Hitler and a Court Jester, the LDPR channels popular rage into imperial policies.
The activists of Perestroika claimed to be champions of liberal values, but their work brought forward a new generation of Nationalists.
The infamy of Neo-Nazis obscures the role played by other radical Nationalists in Post-Maidan Ukraine. Their histories show us the big picture, the long-term goals and trajectory of the Nationalist project.
Ultranationalists in Ukraine have appropriated Nazi symbolism while denying that they are National Socialists. Are they right-wing provocateurs trolling their opponents? Or is this something deeper than fascist aesthetics?