Tikhon Dzyadko

Tikhon Dzyadko is a popular Moscow journalist and broadcaster. He hosts radio shows on Echo of Moscow, Russia’s most respected radio station, and presents two current affairs programmes on TV Rain, the country’s most independent TV station and symbol of the protest movement

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    How Moscow protesters turned from angry urbanites into enraged citizens
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    Vladimir Putin’s swearing-in as President last week was accompanied by protest rallies that were brutally broken up by police, and their organisers imprisoned. But as the Occupy Abay sit-in and organised ‘strolls’ through the centre of Moscow have shown, protesters are gaining confidence and adopting new tactics. Journalist Tikhon Dzyadko, who was himself hurt in the recent clashes, reports.   

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    The Russian Orthodox Church: from farce to tragedy?
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    Evidence of cronyism, inappropriate luxury and an un-Christian lack of clemency towards punk band Pussy Riot have led many Russians to question the role of the Russian Orthodox Church. Now the subject of open ridicule, the Church has allowed itself to be engulfed in the wider crisis of the Russian state, writes Tikhon Dzyadko. 

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    An election, or a declaration of war?
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    Amid growing proof of ‘dirty tricks’ during Sunday’s presidential election, the new Russian government has made it clear that the opposition can expect no concessions. Protesters at rallies in Moscow and St Petersburg have been arrested and subjected to police brutality. Tikhon Dzyadko, a journalist who was at the Moscow rally, looks back at the events of the last few days and considers the future for the protest movement.

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