24 April 2017
Crimean Attorneys Don’t Have It Easy

After the Russian annexation, few Crimean law professionals are eager to take on sensitive, politically charged cases. From Euroradio.

By Ales Pilecki and Zmicier Lukashuk
21 April 2017
A Divisive Anniversary Premium

Why Putin is shy about celebrating the centenary of the Russian revolution.

By Matthew Rendle
21 April 2017
Floating Nuke Plant Nears Completion in St. Petersburg Premium

Ecologists say the city needs an emergency plan, just in case.

21 April 2017
Chechen Leader Denies Reports of Gay Pogrom Premium

Novaya Gazeta newspaper fears retribution from local Muslims infuriated over attack on their honor and faith.

20 April 2017
UN Court Rejects Key Part of Ukraine’s Case against Moscow Premium

But ICJ orders Russia to stop discriminating against the Tatars in Crimea.

20 April 2017
Russian Journalist Dies after St. Petersburg Attack Premium

Nikolai Andrushchenko, once a city councilor, became a thorn in the side of local politicians.

18 April 2017
Dissecting a Case of Baltic Fake News Premium

A Re:Baltica investigation has traced the latest propaganda mouthpiece to colorful, Kremlin-funded characters. 

18 April 2017
Putin Joins the Climate Change Deniers Premium

Were his comments just off-the-cuff remarks, or a reflection of a deeper policy change?

By Elizabeth Plantan and Peter Rutland
Khrushchevka in Moscow
14 April 2017
Moscow Gears Up for Giant Renewal Project Premium

Ten percent of city residents could be forced out of Soviet-era apartments.

13 April 2017
Suspected Russian Spam King Arrested in Spain Premium

The FBI is dismantling what it called a massive illegal operation that enslaved thousands of computers.





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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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