Patricia Nikolova

Patricia Nikolova is a writer, literary and theatre critic, freelancer and independent researcher. During the last twenty four years she has published hundreds of articles in leading media. Her works are published in different languages. Over the past seven years she has focused on the theme of the Cold War.
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Stanislav Aseev in the prison

  Old Cold War weapons are revived with new dangerous applications against rebellious writers, journalists, scientists and authors   Ghosts of the old Cold War are suddenly revived when it comes to the political imperatives of Putin’s dictatorial regime and those who disagree with him. Perfidious inventiveness and evil are awakened.It’s not by chance that the instruments which waged this struggle are once again the same.   Disinformation, slander, all sorts of prohibitions – the huge arsenal of the Russian censorship octopus is not only prepared for renewed warfare and will be more terrible in the years to come. The methodology is the same, the results are predictable, but the furious attempts of the dissidents – to demonstrate to the civilized world the real situation there – are being nipped

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Russia Protest

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poster_2

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Докато Кремъл се забавлява с нова военна техника, политическият затворник Олег Сенцов обяви безсрочна гладна стачка, която продължи три месеца.

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Putin_monument_making1

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2.	Популярният режисьор Кирил Серебренников, който сега е под домашен арест, на 23 август т.г. беше поставен зад желязна решетка. В момента тече международна петиция за освобождаването му.

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Moscow_protest

  „Kalugin slept and dreamed that as he knelt in the bushes, a militiaman passed by.    Kalugin awoke, scratched his mouth, slept again and dreamed again that he was passing by the bushes and in the bushes a miliatiaman was hiding and kneeling there.   Kalugin awoke, placed a newspaper under his head so as not to soil the pillow, slept again, and dreamed again that he knelt in the bushes and beside the bushes there passed a militiaman. (…)  Kalugin screamed and shifted about in bed, but could not waken…”       From “Dream” by Daniil Harms, 22 August 1936     Who’s to say that writers aren’t prophets? Not only science-fiction writers, but also the absurdists.   Especially in Russia. The nightmare of Kalugin with the militiaman who never ceases to

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цензура

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pokemoni

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