Arts & Culture

11 December 2014
Coming Home to Rus'

A new book sheds light on the historical origins of the deadly farce playing out in the Donbas.

By Violeta Davoliute
 
8 December 2014
Forgotten Art

A new project encourages a second look at the Czech Republic’s late-communist public artworks.

By Frank Garrett
 
18 November 2014
Ukraine’s Sleeping Beauty

Kharkiv seemed to go to sleep in the 1970s and has yet to awaken. When it finally does, what will it become?

By Viktoria Grivina
 
17 November 2014
‘Nothing is True and Everything is Possible’

A new book presents a Russia with no rules and no certainty in tomorrow. From openDemocracy.

By Natalia Antonova
 
6 November 2014
Casting Light on Serbia’s ‘Dark Times’
The cartoonist Dusan Petricic has inspired generations of children to stick to basic rules. He’s now applying the same methods to grown-ups.
By Uffe Andersen
 
5 November 2014
The Wall and the Pile

A tale of two songs that brought East and West together through the ambiguity of metaphor.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
9 October 2014
Uzbekistan’s Silver Screen Promotes ‘Traditional Values’

Cautionary tales of wayward young people warn against Western influence. From EurasiaNet.org.

By Murat Sadykov
 

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