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Opposing Forces, a book-length dialogue between two dissidents one Polish, Adam Michnik; the other Russian, Alexei Navalny is a good supplement to the best of the recent surveys. --(David Remnick, The New Yorker)
Enthralling: a fly-on-the-wall insight on a revolutionary brainstorm. Takes you behind the scenes of mass protests and into the minds of dissident leaders. --(Peter Pomerantsev)
Imperative reading! Two articulate and important exponents of change and reform in their respective countries comparing notes on the past and discussing challenges on what lies ahead. --(Carl Bildt)
Alexei Navalny, Russian opposition firebrand, and Adam Michnik, Polish thinker and seasoned activist, take a walk in Red Square, Moscow, to talk about Poland's struggle for independence from the USSR, the collapse of the Soviet empire, and nothing less than the future of Russia. From dissidents to solidarity, Michnik talks animatedly about battling the 'salami' tactics of the old Polish communist regime. Step by step, beneath the Kremlin walls, Navalny is looking for parallels. How did a small group of opposition-minded Poles come to form a ten-million-strong political movement? 'Our strength lay in our solidarity,' says Michnik. Navalny knows what he's up against: 'Putin's main weapon is his ability to bribe the population.' But he also knows his fellow countrymen, for there is 'no one in the country who approves of palace-buying officials.' They pass by Lenin's tomb many times, searching for a way forward. When it's much easier to talk revolution than to actually make it happen, how do you breach the walls of the Kremlin? Here is a clarion call. The blueprint for a new Russia.
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Descripción Egret Press. Hardcover. Condición: Brand New. In Stock. Nº de ref. del artículo: zk0993386938
Descripción Egret Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0993386938