Arts & Culture

25 February 2009
Rage Against the Ruhnama Premium
A Finnish-American filmmaking duo lose their way on a trek to the heart of Turkmen darkness.
By Robert A. Saunders
 
29 January 2009
The Exhibitionist Premium
To some people, he’s a bad boy. But David Cerny says he’s just doing what artists do.
By Jan H. Vitvar
 
22 January 2009
Patronage Games Premium
Government pressure on business to fund the arts doesn't bode well for Russian culture.
By Galina Stolyarova
 
15 January 2009
Polyglot Harmony
Kazakhstan is a close-knit quilt of ethnicities, but officials there see potential for fraying. From EurasiaNet.
By Joanna Lillis
 
12 January 2009
A Recipe for Digital Disaster Premium
Digital TV is supposed to be bigger, better, and cleaner. Not in Romania.
By Marius Dragomir
 
22 December 2008
Laying Claim to Asia Premium
On the Dnieper and in Crimea, the notion is taking root that Eurasia’s true heart was never in Russia after all.
By Dmitry Shlapentokh
 
28 November 2008
Crimeans Challenge, Ignore Russian TV Ban Premium
The government’s ban on some foreign-language broadcasting reignites the smoldering debate over the status of Russian.
 
26 November 2008
Letter from Videostan
Meet the man behind Turkmenistan’s thriving underground pop video culture.
By Chris Schuepp
 

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