This chapter deals with violence in Russia, directed mainly against “ethnic aliens” from Caucasus and Central Asia with its peak in 2006–2010, largely because of activities of murderous racist street gangs. Later on, the level of violence decreased, especially after 2014 with the Russian military intervention in Ukraine, when the radical nationalists became divided over this issue and a crackdown against anti-regime nationalists followed. The violence and street activities of opposition radical nationalists against immigrants are almost non-existent today, while anti-LGBT rhetoric has been taken over by pro-regime nationalists.