Monday, March 2, 2015

'The edge of moral collapse'

Gidon Kremer, the Latvian-born, Russian-schooled violinist and conductor, writes that following the murder of Boris Nemtsov, a leading critic of the Vladimir Putin regime, Russia stands “on the edge of moral collapse . . . [a] society starved of pure air, pumped full of fear and jingoism, where good intentions have been driven into a dead-end.”

His full statement can be read here: