Russian Socialist Movement

Russian Socialist Movement — Two years ago, Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This was not a response to any military threat posed by Ukraine or NATO: it was an attempt to subjugate a neighboring country that Putin simply believes should not exist.
The following statements have been issued by the Russian Socialist Movement in the wake of the death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in prison and the jailing of socialist dissident Boris Kagarlitsky.
Russian Socialist Movement opposes Azerbaijan military aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh, the real objectives of which are preservation of Aliyev’s dictatorial regime and maintenance of Putin’s and Erdogan’s imperialistic interests.
Russian Socialist Movement — On the one-year anniversary of this war, we call all those who yearn for peace to turn out for demonstrations and rallies against Putin’s invasion. Unfortunately, not all the “peace” rallies taking place next weekend will be actions of solidarity with Ukraine. A large part of the left in the West does not understand the nature of this war and advocates compromise with Putinism.
Russian Socialist Movement - For over a decade, Russian antifascists have commemorated January 19 as their day of solidarity. Today, when the Putin regime has invaded Ukraine and unleashed unprecedented repression against its own citizens who oppose the war, the date of January 19 takes on a new meaning.
An online discussion on the political situation in Russia hosted by Russian Socialist Movement highlighting resistance to Putin's 'mobilization' of residents for the war in Ukraine. Featuring Alexandra Talaver, Ilya Matveev, Ilya Budraitskis, Maxim Alyukov, Volodymyr Ishchenko and Oleg Zhuravlev.