Society

12 March 2013
Fifty Shades of Stalin Premium
Love him? Hate him? Throw paint on him?
By D. Garrison Golubock and Barbara Frye
 
11 March 2013
Russia’s Migrant Workers and Inflatable Flats Premium

An effort to stamp out phony residential registrations has some fearing the return of Soviet-era controls on movement. From openDemocracy.

By Mikhail Longihov
 
8 March 2013
Croatia, Slovenia End Bank Row; A 'Historic U-Turn by Belgrade' on Kosovo?
Plus, another Chechen rebel leader is killed and Russia goes after Magnitsky’s former partner, again.
By S. Adam Cardais, Ioana Caloianu, and Jennifer Hoch
 
8 March 2013
A Diverse Bunch of Liberators Premium
Journalist-turned-historian James Pettifer describes the KLA’s transformation from a scrappy band of zealots into a giant-killing military/political force.
By Gabriel Partos
 
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7 March 2013
Gorbachev Scolds Putin, a Soviet MIA Surfaces in Afghanistan

Plus, a gay and transsexual lawmaker in Poland rebukes Walesa from the front row, and protesters in Kyrgyzstan demand the release of jailed politicians.

By Nirvana Bhatia, Joshua Boissevain, Jennifer Hoch, Erik N. Nelson, and Connor Zickgraf
 

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