პუტინის რუსეთი

  • Title: პუტინის რუსეთი
  • Author: Anna Politkovskaya გვანცა ჯობავა
  • ISBN: 9789941445590
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Bettie☯

      Anna Politkovskaya was murdered via contract killer on Putin's birthday 2006Translated from the Russian by Arch TaitOpening: The Army in Russia is a closed system no different from a prison. Nobody gets into the Army or into prison unless the authorities want them there. Once you are in, you live the life of a slave. This is definitely THE book to browse before the 9th May extravaganza in Red Square. All those shiny new tanks - all those poor bullied soldiers.Re criminals (p 30)'[]people who are [...]

    2. zumurruddu

      La Politkovskaja racconta storie di persone che vivono (in certi casi vivere è una parola grossa) nella Russia di Putin, nello specifico dei primi anni duemila, in piena lotta internazionale al terrorismo, con una guerra criminale in Cecenia, in un paese dove all’incancrenito regime comunista si è sostituito un “capitalismo sfrenato gestito da cupole mafiose”, con l’appoggio di forze dell’ordine e funzionari corrotti e di un sistema giudiziario “da telefono”, nel senso che il ver [...]

    3. Emmapeel

      Se davvero uno dei princìpi cardine del buon giornalista è mantenere 'la giusta distanza', Anna Politkovskaja non era brava. Aveva troppo cuore e troppo fegato per tenersi a distanza di sicurezza da quello che vedeva intorno a sé. Troppo forte l'urgenza di denunciare lo sfascio delle istituzioni nella Russia di Putin, la magistratura corrotta, i militari al collasso, la sciatteria spietata dei burocrati, il servilismo dei media, l'uso strumentale della guerra cecena per consolidare lo status [...]

    4. Mikey B.

      Ms. Politkovskaya exposes several layers of corruption and malfeasance in Putin’s Russia. She takes us through the disastrous war in Chechnya where Russian soldiers are underpaid or not paid at all. This would seem to be endemic to the Russian army where during the Afghanistan war the same corruption happened – actual weapons were sold to the Mujahideen in order to make money. The brutality of the Russian towards the Chechen population is almost equal to the cruelity of Russian officers to t [...]

    5. Martine

      I have to admit I don't care overly much for Anna Politkovskaya's writing style. An objective reporter she is not (or rather was not -- she was murdered a few years after publishing this book); her indignation at the social ills she exposes comes across loud and clear, and she frequently goes so far as to tell her reader to share her indignation, occasionally to the point of being rather insistent. Personally, I would have appreciated a slightly more objective, less cynical approach. That said, [...]

    6. Orsodimondo

      colpa ancora una volta è della nostra eterna, colpevole indifferenza per i destini altruiIo non so se i particolari contano più del quadro in sé. Le parti valgono più dell'intero, come pensa Anna Politkovskaja: di certo c'è che i 'particolari' e le 'parti' che lei racconta sono dannatamente illuminanti sul quadro intero. Ne viene fuori una Russia che ha perfezionato lo stile delle storiche dittature sudamericane o africane, andando ben oltre, ben più su nella scala della corruzione, del so [...]

    7. AC

      Vignettes, many beautifully written, about the grim realty Putin's Russia. Politkovskaya herself was murdered, 2006, shot in her elevator by a professional hitmanen.mpedia/wiki/Anna_

    8. Spencer Willardson

      Politkovskaya's bleak outlook can be a bit hard to take in large doses. I picked up this book to re-read in light of the current situation in Ukraine. Putin's Russia is one that is unseen and virtually unfathomable to western readers - especially those that haven't spent a lot of time on the ground outside of Moscow or St. Petersburg.One of the quotes that I picked up on during this reading concerns the stability of the Russian state.Yes, stability has come to Russia. It is a monstrous stability [...]

    9. Leland

      Anna Politkovskaya, a journalist and the author of Putin's Russia, was gunned down in her apartment elevator in Moscow in 2006, most likely for something she wrote, possibly in this book. Her depiction of Russia is stunning, insightful and passionate. This book is a must for anyone who is interested in global politics, human rights, justice, and good journalism.

    10. Metodi Markov

      Книга, която разобличава част от престъпния път на КГБ гадината Путин, президент на РаSSия. Авторката е показно застреляна от чеченски наемници точно на рождения му ден, без съмнение като извратен подарък към сатрапа.След написването на книгата, този душевен урод падна още [...]

    11. Naomi

      What I loved about Anna Politiskya's commentary is that she gave details, names and effects of terrible acts not abstracted in any way. For this reason her book was disturbing in the extreme but I felt it was necessary to my studies into contemporary Russia. She was an amazingly brave person who despite great personal danger persisted in exposing 'the truth'. I hope her courage is not overlooked or her mission forgotten.

    12. Erik Graff

      Although I spent two years of college as a declared history major with a concentration on Russian history, I am certainly no expert, particularly as regards events since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. A friend from the former Yugoslavia recommended that I read the assassinated Politkovskaya as a window onto what has happened in Russia since the disastrous Yeltsin years. This was the first of two of her books that I read one after another.

    13. Jen

      Incredibly disturbing. And considering the book is a bit dated by now, cannot be overlooked as an important contribution to current Russian politics. Politkovskaya's writing style is sometimes almost too condescending to be read smoothly, but considering who she was, it is perhaps her way staying enough removed from the story to be able to tell the story at all.

    14. Ilze

      Two incidents make the reading of this book paramount: The gunning down of Anna Politkovskaya in 2006 and Time magazine’s “Person of the Year (2007)”: Vladimir Putin. Somehow there must be a link, but somehow the events seem too extreme to link them up. The Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko, who died of polonium-210 radiation poisoning in the UK (2006), accused Putin of his (and Politkovskaya’s) fate. Putin’s Russia gives an honest look at what used to be the USSR, except that it doesn [...]

    15. Daniel Simmons

      "There is not much wrong with our laws in Russia," writes Ms. Politkovskaya. "It is just that not many people want to obey them." This unsparing indictment of the new Russia targets businessmen, mafiosos, judges, police and politicians alike. A depressing and eye-opening read.

    16. Mikheil Samkharadze

      რევიუ ასევე შეგიძლიათ წაიკითხოთ ჩვენს ბლოგზე:minilibraryblog.wordpressეს წიგნი 2004 წელს ბრიტანეთში გამოიცა. მალევე ითარგმნა უამრავ ქვეყანაში, მაგრამ…წიგნი რუსეთში არ გამოცემულა…ანა პოლიტკოვსკაია ლიფტშ [...]

    17. Nick

      There is a special place in the pantheon of journalists for people like Anna Politkovskaya. Courageous though the accomplishments of people like Zenger, Zola, Pulitzer and Mencken may be, they didn't face murder. "Putin's Russia" reveals Politkovskaya, who was in fact murdered (the trial of those accused of that murder is a story unto itself), as probing and eloquent, but fundamentally interested almost in an anthropological way, in how Russians and their institutions emerged from that truly ear [...]

    18. Luxvivens

      Anna Politkovskaya risked her life and livelihood in search of the truth(s) about Putin's Russia, so this was my primary reason to read this book. It contains uncomfortable facts about the injustices in Russian society and an appalling account of how little human lives are worth in comparison to political and economic interests. Take note that no western journalist would have been murdered for exposing any of these things in their home countries, where criticial journalism is part of our daily l [...]

    19. Kiril

      "Лошата история също като рака има тенденцията да се завръща и да повтаря. И има само едно радикално лечение — навременна терапия за унищожаването на смъртоносните клетки. Ние не направихме това. Ние влязохме от СССР в „Новата Русия“, която все още е заразена от съветски п [...]

    20. Simon Jones

      This book shone a great light on one of the world's more forgotten wars: Chechnya. Politkovskaya took us through a journey into the lives of those lost in this war, the people of the ground, the soldiers (and their respective families) whom had been neglected by the state and what circumstances led to the interventions there. Much focus was paid to the corrupt and complex Russian system of local governments and how power struggles and backhand dealings with both business, militia groups and orga [...]

    21. Miriam

      Heartbreaking. Politkovskaya isn't necessarily an objective journalist (although I would argue that few, if any, journalists are actually objective), but she is writing about something that for her, and for millions of Russians, is intensely personal. I do agree that the style was a little hard to read a times, but I don't know if that was due to Politkovskaya's writing or to the interpretation of the translator. I got bogged down in a few spots, but I definitely feel that this book is worth rea [...]

    22. Johanna

      Politkovskaya's (or her translator's) style is not the easiest to read sometimes. You're going to want to make a list of the characters in some of the "Scandals". She's really at her best when she talks about the human toll of Putin's policies as opposed to talking about lengthy bureaucratic snafus and corruption. I'd love to read her books about Chechnya, I think they would be significantly less dry. However, this is her last book written before she was murdered and is worth a read just because [...]

    23. Vessy

      Отдавна не ми се беше опъвала така някоя книга Беше ми интересно, но безкрайно тягостно да я чета. Може би, защото съм наясно, че тези кошмари не са плод на художествена измислица Продължавам нататък - "Руски дневник"

    24. Pernille

      Et voldsomt og voldsomt interessant snit ind i nutidens Rusland. Det er ikke noget kønt billede, hun tegner. Hverken af Putin, det russiske militær, domstolene eller erhvervslivet!

    25. Vasil Kolev

      Доста тежка книга, и доста интересна. Чак му се приисква на човек и в България да имаше такива журналисти.

    26. E.P.

      What can I say about Politkovskaya that I haven't already said? Maybe that this book, written specifically for publication abroad, is perhaps the most foreigner-friendly of her works. Unlike "A Dirty War," which is a compilation of her early articles on the second Chechen war, or later books such as "A Russian Diary," which are presented more or less as diary entries, "Putin's Russia" is a collection of essays about different facets of the post-Soviet experience. There are several essays on Chec [...]

    27. Mubeen Irfan

      How is one supposed to feel about reading a very good book who's author had died because of writing it or expressing those views given in the book? Saddened and probably angered comes to mind. This is Putin's Russia where you can be jailed and/or killed if you do not agree with the all knowing and important Vladimir Putin. Anna, the author, was killed in 2006 in her apartment building by unknown assailants. That's the name she herself has given to Putin thugs who kill on behalf of Mafia which Pu [...]

    28. Paul

      This was a tough book to assess as I didn't understand the book's organization - thought it jumped from subject to subject without good transitions. The subtitle is “Life in a Failing Democracy” to which I wonder if Russia even wants to be a democracy – maybe during the Yeltsin years but not since in my opinion. I believe Russian leadership does not want true democracy as it would reduce their power and most importantly their personal income streams. The author certainly has a tremendous d [...]

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