Articles by Sarah E. Mendelson
Recently, Russia commemorated the victims of political repression, including tens of millions of innocent Soviet citizens arrested, brutalized, sent to labor camps or executed under Stalin. Until recently, the Oct. 30 date has passed with scant notice outside small groups of dedicated human rights activists.
- 19 August 08
- By Sarah E. Mendelson
This past spring, in the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs magazine, Richard Pipes of Harvard University drew on public opinion data to argue that Russians don't want democracy.