12 relations: Aftermath of the Winter War, Anton Salonen incident, Backman, Estonian Independence Party, Finnbay, Finnish Anti-Fascist Committee, Jessikka Aro, Nashi (youth movement), Rantala incident, The Soviet Story, World Without Nazism, 2011–2013 Russian protests.
The Aftermath of the Winter War covers historical events and comments after the Winter War between Finland and the Soviet Union from 30 November 1939 to 13 March 1940.
Anton Salonen (Антон Салонен, born 3 October 2003) is a child with Russian-Finnish dual citizenship involved in an international child custody dispute between his parents.
Backman (also Bäckman) is a surname.
The Estonian Independence Party (Eesti Iseseisvuspartei, EIP) is a far-right political party in Estonia.
Finnbay is an English-language media website from Helsinki, Finland.
The Finnish Anti-Fascist Committee (Suomen antifasistinen komitea), also known by its Finnish abbreviation SAFKA, is a radical political organisation operating in Finland, founded in November 2008, but never registered.
Jessikka Aro is a Finnish journalist working for Finland's public service broadcaster Yle.
Nashi (Молодежное демократическое aнтифашистское движение «Наши», Youth Democratic Anti-Fascist Movement "Ours!") was a political youth movement in Russia, which declared itself to be a democratic, anti-fascist, anti-'oligarchic-capitalist' movement.
Robert Rantala (Роберт Рантала, born 2002) is a 7-year-old child with Russian-Finnish dual citizenship who was taken by the Finnish social service to a children’s shelter in early 2010.
The Soviet Story is a 2008 documentary film about Soviet Communism and Soviet–German collaboration before 1941 written and directed by Edvīns Šnore and sponsored by the UEN Group in the European Parliament.
World Without Nazism (WWN) (Мир без нацизма, МБН), or Mir Bez Natsizma (MBH), is a Russian political organization with ties to Vladimir Putin's government, which claims to campaign against "neo-fascism." The group has also been described, by security agencies from the Baltic republics, as a Russian propaganda organization, and as a Kremlin-sponsored GONGO, which aims to advance Russian foreign policies against formerly Soviet-occupied countries and to promote "a Soviet-era approach to World War II".
The 2011–2013 Russian protests (which some English language media referred to as the Snow Revolution) began in 2011 (as protests against the 2011 Russian legislative election results) and continued into 2012 and 2013.