Before the absurd prosecution and sentencing to two years in prison camp of three punk rockers for their brief “performance” on the altar Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the world had seemed largely indifferent to repressive new laws implemented in the early days of Vladimir Putin’s third term as Russian president. These laws severely […]
Julian Henry Lowenfeld
Julian Henry Lowenfeld practices law in New York and Moscow. He is also a poet known for his verse translations of Russia’s national bard Alexander Pushkin. His translation of Russia’s best-selling book Everyday Saints and Other Stories, by Father Tikhon Shevkunov, will be published next month.