PRI's The World is doing a three-part series on pro-democracy movements in this part of the world, and Andrew Sussman covers the situation in Russia.
It's a very good piece, with a sobering conclusion:
The fact is democracy has always been a loaded term in contemporary Russia, but perhaps now more than ever.
The pictures that accompany the transcript are mine - from the Victory Day Stalinist freak show, from the pro-Khodorkovsky rally in front of the courthouse, and from the Nashi get-together.
(Daniel, thanks for letting me know!)