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Alex Lupis

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Alex Lupis Alex Lupis is a journalist and human rights researcher. He has worked for the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists, the Open Society Institute and Human Rights Watch. He was born and raised in Long Island, New York, speaking Russian and Croatian with his parents. He is now studying in a doctoral program in clinical psychology in New York.

Borshch For the Russian Soul

Russian Life: Sept/Oct 2007
Russia has ever been suspicious of modern psychotherapy, and the Soviet regime had its own way of dealing with (and defining) mental illness, which made it something of an international pariah. Luckily, those days are behind us... or are they?
Author: Alex Lupis
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Freedoms Found and Lost

Russian Life: Jan/Feb 2007
Fifteen years ago, Russia had the makings of a free press for the first time in its history. Nine years later, the winds began to change.
Author: Alex Lupis
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