He is kicked out of a forthcoming tournament, even though he has been critical of the war in Ukraine. In case you haven’t already guessed, Grischuk is Russian in his citizenship. This stuff never stays very accurate or fair.
Here is more on Grischuk and other Russian players, a grim and deeply unfair story (in German, covers Nepo, Svidler, Dubov, others who have spoken out). To be clear, I am strongly in support of pulling all tournaments from Russia and Belarus, as FIDE has done. It is targeting the individuals that I object to.
Elsewhere, from an email:
The editors of the “Studies in the History of Philosophy” have decided not to pursue the project of publishing a thematic issue devoted to Russian religious philosophy.
Russian cats are now cancelled too.
I would say this: if you are working in the United States and are from Russia, your chance of a big promotion just went way down, no matter what your political views. They are not going to make Chekhov Captain of the Enterprise, not now at least.
As for the oligarchs, I am all in favor of initiating court cases against Russian law breakers, whether in domestic courts or at The Hague. And if those individuals are found guilty, and the process generates yacht seizure as the appropriate remedy, bring it on. But just taking the yachts without true due process? Nein, Danke.