25 February 1995 In a 31 December survey conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Foundation, veteran human rights campaigner Sergei Kovalev was named Russian “man of the year.” Liberal Russian legislator Nikolai Vorontsov nominated Kovalev for the Nobel Peace Prize for his opposition to the conflict in Chechnya, and many prominent Russian academics supported the […]

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