Guilt, Responsibility, and Blame: How Ordinary Russians Cope With War in Ukraine On Day 54

For many people in my country, these past two months are marked with a sense of guilt, complete horror, bewilderment, and uncertainty. Many Russians have packed their bags and fled their home country without a plan or agenda. The lucky ones, who have already been abroad, found themselves without a home they could return to. For everyone…

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