A new attempt to revive the Soviet-era Komsomol in Russia sparks a debate over whether the youth organization can shed its communist past for a charitable future. by Russell Working and Nonna Chernyakova VLADIVOSTOK–It might have been a scene out of the Russian Civil War. Clad like a Communist Party commissar in a soldier’s tunic, […]

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