Books

19 April 2016
The Many Faces of Vladimir Putin

Dozhd TV chief editor Mikhail Zygar’s account of Russia under Putin lets the facts speak for themselves.

 
14 April 2016
Russian Police Seek Readers of Dangerous Books on Ukraine
Borrowers checked out library books on the Ukrainian famine as long as 18 years ago.
 
4 April 2016
A Healthy Future? Premium

A team of photographers will soon set off to find out if Soviet-era sanatoriums can survive the modern age.

By Allison Tretina
 
19 November 2015
A ‘Bucket of Mud’ for Belarus Premium
The country’s mercurial leader first welcomes the Nobel Prize in literature for Svetlana Alexievich, then attacks the world-famous writer.
By Tatiana Kozak
 
19 October 2015
Lohvinau: Publisher Who Defies the Lukashenka Regime Premium

Svetlana Alexievich may won international acclaim as the winner of the Nobel Prize for literature, but at home only a single publisher has braved government hurdles to print the laureate’s literature.

 
8 October 2015
Belarusian Journalist Wins Nobel Premium

Ukrainian-born Svetlana Alexievich awarded 2015 Nobel Prize for literature – for her non-fiction oral histories.

 
14 April 2015
What Russian Students Learn About Russia’s Enemies Premium

Warmed-over conspiracy theories and the battle of ideas. From openDemocracy.

By Serghei Golunov
 
5 March 2015
An Old Love Story with New Meaning Premium

What have we lost with the fading of Mitteleuropa as a place and a state of mind?

By Boyko Vassilev
 

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Moldovan diaries

The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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