18 October 2016
British Bank Closes Russian Broadcaster RT Accounts

UK government denies any role in NatWest’s unexplained move to close the Kremlin’s English-language mouthpiece.

17 October 2016
Putin and the West: What Next?

Just when relations between Russia and the West seemed to have reached an all-time low, things have taken a turn for the worse this fall.

By Peter Rutland
13 October 2016
Daughter of Kadyrov Critic Assaulted

Her father, head of Russian MMA group, had suffered extensive backlash after criticizing MMA children fights in Chechnya. 


11 October 2016
Alleged Russia-Orchestrated Cyberattacks Won’t Go Away
As the U.S. presidential election hits high gear, the candidates and U.S. government won’t let the infiltrations earlier this year fade away.
10 October 2016
Russia Moves Missiles to NATO’s Baltic Border

Members of the military alliance squirm as Moscow transfers nuclear capable Iskander-M missiles to its Kaliningrad enclave.

MMA Child
7 October 2016
Kadyrov Apples Don’t Fall Far From the Tree

Chechen strongman has been criticized after three of his children fought in a MMA competition without proper protective gear.

6 October 2016
Russian ‘Foreign Agent’ NGO Fights Back
Human rights organization Memorial says it will continue its work, even if the damaging label of “foreign agent” sticks.
5 October 2016
Detained Ukrainian Journalist Could Face 20 Years for ‘Spying’ Premium

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said Roman Sushchenko’s “illegal” arrest and treatment shows Moscow is waging war “against the entire democratic world.”

4 October 2016
Chechens Plead Not Guilty to Nemtsov Murder Premium

Suspect and alleged accomplices deny being contracted to kill the Russian opposition politician, who was slain in Moscow.

30 September 2016
New Report Documents ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ in Crimea Premium

IHPR points to evidence of enforced disappearance, torture and murder in Russian-annexed Crimea, as well as the forcible displacement of tens of thousands. 




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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