Russian public figure, the wife and companion of Alexander Zinoviev, the great Russian thinker, philosopher, logician, social scientist, author and citizen, Honorary Mentor at the University of Augsburg, Bavaria. She is Head of the Zinoviev International Research and Education Centre at the Moscow State University, Department of Global Processes; Director of Alexander Zinoviev Biographical Institute; Head of the Compatriots Project led by United Russia Party (on a non-partisan basis); Co-Chair of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club; Editor-in-Chief of Zinoviev magazine; Vice President of the Europe-Asia International Piano Competition; producer of The Scream ballet based on Alexander Zinoviev’s novel Go to Calvary at the Odessa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet which premiered on May 15, 2014. Since 1978 until now, she is the senior human rights activist for emigrants from the former Soviet Union having experienced all the problems and worries of the 21-year exile alongside her husband. Her articles are published regularly by the media. She often speaks on the radio and television in Russia and abroad.
Report by Co-Chairperson of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club Olga Zinovieva came as an alternative to a typical Western outlook on values, and was described as the main event of the first day of a UNESCO conference in Sofia. Read more
Olga Zinovieva ponders the issue of love and hate that inevitably arises today when it comes to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read more
Olga Zinovieva, co-chair of the Rossiya Segodnya Zinoviev Club, on the outcome of 2015 in light of the 2016 priorities. Read more
So how do you kill an elephant with a needle, wonders co-chair of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club Olga Zinovieva, reverting to the ideas of outstanding Russian thinker Alexander Zinoviev. Read more
The tragedy in Ukraine has ricocheted on pacifist values’ world, turning Nobel Peace Prize winners Barack Obama and Lech Walesa, the doves, into aggressive hawks who are provoking a third world war, says Olga Zinoviev, co-chair of the Zinoviev Club. Read more