With the death of Russia's Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the world has lost one of the great figures of the past century. In Germany, though, editorialist's criticize the role the Nobel Prize winner played in his later life in pushing Moscow away from the West. (Click here to view article.)
I also found this quite relevent in one of my favorite blogging sites, Cyber Cossack.
To end this piece here is Roman Sebyn's take on Solzhenitsyn denial of Ukrainian Holodomor.
Rest in piece black bird.....