Date of birth: July 3, 1959. Place of birth: Dmitriev-L’hovsky, Russia
Married with two children.
Education. Scientifi Degree.
1976-1981 Donetsk State University. The Faculty of History
1986-1987 Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State University. Institute of post-diploma studies
1989-1992 Donetsk State University. Donetsk. Post-graduate course, dept of political history Continue reading “Ihor Todorov”
One of the chairmen of the Social Liberal Party of Kazakhstan “Zhusan”. Kazakh opposition leader and former political prisoner. He began his opposition activity in the early 2000s in the first ranks of the united Kazakh opposition DVK (Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan). He was a member of the central council of the united organisation of opposition forces KYC (For Fair Kazakhstan). During presidential and parliamentary elections in 2005 and 2007, he headed the headquarters of the Kazakh political opposition.
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Starting at the age of 18, from 1989 to 1991, he served the two-year compulsory military service in the armed forces of the Soviet Union. From 1992 to 1994, Akhmed lived in Moscow, where he tried his own business enterprise. At the eve of the first Russo-Chechen war (1994 – 1996), Mr Alikhadjiev moved back to Chechnya and joined the ranks of the defenders of his motherland from Russian invaders. He did not participate in the so-called second Russo-Chechen. In the period of 1997-1999 Akhmed lived in Chechnya and was engaged in some business enterprise. From 1999 to 2003, together with his family and relatives, Akhmed Alikhadjiev lived on the territory of neighbouring Ingushetia. In 2003 he left Russian Federation for Austria where he lives to present day. Continue reading “Ahmed Alikhadjiev”
Since 2014, Maksym Iali is a senior research fellow at the Institute of World History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He is also an assistant – consultant to a Member of Ukrainian Parliament since 2015.
In 2014 – 2015 he worked at the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights / OSCE in Election Observation Missions to Ukraine during Presidential, Parliamentary , and Local Elections. Continue reading “Maksym Iali”
was born in Leningrad (St. Petersburg). In the 1990s, he worked in the field of informational journalism but was forced to abandon this activity in 2000 due to disagreement with the support of President Putin’s leadership of the editorial board. Continue reading “Egor Sedov”
Since 2015 Volodymyr Polevyi is an expert of the Information analysis center of the Ukraine national security . Continue reading “Volodymyr Polevyi”
1990-1993 – a member of St.Petersburg (Leningrad) City Council 2005-2013. One of the opposition leaders in St.Petersburg. Organized the Dissenters’ marches and the marches of millions.
Co-founder of the United Civic Front (a member of the federal bureau) and the “Solidarnost” movement (a member of the federal bureau).
In early 2014 together with fellow activists, she founded the Maidan Solidarity Committee since October 2014 transformed into Russian Anti-War Movement. Lives in Kyiv in exile
Ph. D in Physics
Since April 2014 Alexander Khara is an expert of the Ukrainian foreign policy think tank “Maidan of Foreign Affairs”. Continue reading “Alexander KHARÁ”
Ilya Ponomarev has more than 20 years of prominent political stance, complemented with international entrepreneurial and investment experience working in high technology industries with primary focus on IT and energy. Continue reading “Ilya Ponomarev”
Russian-Ukrainian based journalist and editor. Chief Editor of Russian Monitor (rusmonitor.com) Continue reading “Fedor Klimenko”