Natalija Alexejewna Narochnitskaya

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Natalija Narochnitskaya, 2018
Cyrillic ( Russian )
Наталия Алексеевна Нарочницкая
Transl. : Natalija Alekseevna Naročnickaja
Transcr. : Natalija Alexejewna Narochnitskaya

Natalija Alexejewna Narotschnizkaja ( Russian: Ната́лия Алексе́евна Нарочни́цкая ; born December 23, 1948 in Moscow ) is a Russian historian , politician and diplomat .


Natalija Alexejewna Narotschnizkaja was born in Moscow in 1948 as the daughter of the Soviet historian Alexei Leontjewitsch Narotschnizki . She received her training at the Moscow State Institute for International Relations , where she graduated with honors in 1971. She then worked from 1974 to 1981 as a research assistant at the Institute for World Economy and International Relations . From 1982 to 1989 she worked at the United Nations General Secretariat in New York City . Afterwards, from 1989 to 2003 she was again employed as a research assistant at the Institute for World Economy and International Relations. In 2003 she was a deputy of the left-nationalist party Rodina in the Russian State Duma voted and worked for the Parliament to by 2007. As an MP, she was Deputy Chair of the Committee on International Affairs. She was also a member of the Russian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe .

In 2004 she founded the “Foundation for Historical Perspectives” ( Russian Fond istoritscheskoj perspektiwy ) and became its president. The aim of the foundation was the "restoration of the intellectual and economic power of Russia, a strengthening of social unity and an objective presentation of Russian history". In 2008 she took over the management of the Paris branch of the newly founded Institute for Democracy and Cooperation . The Institute for Democracy and Cooperation regularly organizes conferences, which are documented on its website with photos, among other things. It is a permanent event partner of the “sovereignty conferences” organized by the right-wing populist Querfront Magazin Compact , at which Natalija Narotschnizkaja regularly appears as a speaker, around 2013 against an alleged “sexual re-education” of children and alleged erosion of moral values.

From 2009 to 2012 she was a member of the “Commission against attempts to falsify history to the detriment of Russia” of the Russian President .

Narochnitskaya also acted as the initiator of several movements and organizations with a national-conservative orientation, such as the Worldwide Russian Collection ( Russian Vsemirnij Russkij Sobor ), the Foundation for the Unity of Orthodox Peoples ( Russian Fond jedinstwa prawoslawnych narodow ) and the Russian World Foundation ( Russian Russkij mir ).

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References and footnotes

  1. ^ Entry on the website of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
  3. Katja Gloge: Putin's World: The New Russia, Ukraine and the West. Piper, Munich 2017, ISBN 3-492-31040-0 , p. 73 ; Thomas Korn, Andreas Umland: Jürgen Elsässer, Kremlin propagandist. Die Zeit , July 19, 2014