April 7, 2014
A Virtual Iron Curtain Falls on Russia
Anna Nemtsova, The Daily Beast
The Associated Press
Every morning last week, public relations specialist Roman Fedoseyev dreaded going online, fearful he would find news that the Russian army had crossed the Ukrainian border. The crisis called Crimea haunts the dreams of Fedoseyev and his friends in Moscow’s creative class, or “hipsters” as they call themselves, using a word borrowed and made their own. But when they wake, they keep hoping life can go on as usual. The sad thing is, it won’t.
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