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.
Ukrainian-born Svetlana Alexievich awarded 2015 Nobel Prize for literature – for her non-fiction oral histories.
Warmed-over conspiracy theories and the battle of ideas. From openDemocracy.
What have we lost with the fading of Mitteleuropa as a place and a state of mind?
Plus, Budapest demonstrators tell Orban to ‘scram,’ and fire devastates a prized Moscow library.
A new book sheds light on the historical origins of the deadly farce playing out in the Donbas.
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