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On the eastern tip of Crimea is a mysterious, salty lake. We take you there.
This week goes intergalactic with a moon colony, two jedi masters, and several unhappy taxi drivers.
We have a trio of uplifting stories this week: a Russian rapper freed, a Russian beauty turned royalty, and a literal (and strange) military lift.
The weather in Russia this week was chilly with a hint of thaw, at least regarding science and political relations.
The idea of separate and competing government powers may have found its first expression in a constitution composed in 1710, in Ukraine.
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov is on the 15th day of a hunger strike in a northern-Siberian prison. Anton Dolin explains how Sentsov's case is a sad miscarriage of justice, and what one can or cannot do about it.
In which we tour four museums in four cities and towns in Russia and Ukraine, to see what they tell us about soceity more broadly.
In which we review three books and a DVD we like. See the book reviews section for detailed reviews.
What with downed passenger airlines, war in Ukraine, trade embargos and rapidly worsening US-Russian relations, why in the world is there a picture of a giraffe on the cover of Russian Life magazine?
Russia’s occupation cum annexation of Crimea is a tragedy no matter how you slice the salami tactics. One just wants to protest, boycott, DO something. But what? Well, like President Obama and the EU, we’re coming up a bit short on the list of feasible and effective sanctions. But here are a few things we recommend NOT doing.
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