Ilya Budraitskis

On April 5, 2024, the Russian Socialist Movement was declared “foreign agent.” Ilya Budraitskis, Kirill Medvedev and Sasha Davydova look at the history of the movement.
Ilya Budraitskis — To accomplish his war aim’s, Putin regime is trying to stabilize Russian society, stoke political conflict within NATO countries, legitimate his rule through the presidential election in March and mobilize troops for a new offensive in the spring.
A conversation between Ilya Budraitskis and historian Enzo Traverso about the global rise of post-fascism, Putin’s Russia, and the war in Ukraine.
Ilya Budraitskis explains the left’s vision of decentralized governance and why Russia’s Communist Party must exit together with Putin.
Debates over the proper approach to the Russo-Ukrainian War have dominated much of the year. Yet discussions within the western left have not always featured the perspectives of Ukrainians and Russians themselves. The Real News Network board member Bill Fletcher, in partnership with Haymarket Books, hosts a panel with Ukrainian and Russian academics.
Ashley Smith interviews Ilya Butraitskis - The Ukrainian resistance has scored major victories in its struggle to liberate its country from Russian occupation. Putin, facing defeats on the battleground, has issued draft orders for 300,000 people in Russia to shore up his military forces in Ukraine. He has also staged “sham” referendums in occupied Donbas as part of his drive to annex it to be part of Russia.