Their Fears Are Coming True: People Are Disappearing in Crimea Now That Russia's in Charge
October 16, 2014
"We survived the communist times, Stalin, Lenin. We will survive this Putin too."
Finally, a Russian Jewish Novel Breaks Out of the Autobiographical Rut
September 19, 2014
New novel asks how the heroism of Soviet-era Jewish dissidents becomes a blueprint for political action for a new generation.
The Crimea campaign is an attempt by to find a new purpose for the state.
Kiev's Maidan Is Still Occupied, and It's Become a Darker, More Dangerous Place Lately
June 03, 2014
Life has also become more dangerous for the inhabitants of the square as pressure has mounted to clear the space.
Вызовы Петра Порошенко
June 02, 2014
Избавление от коррумпированного президента Януковича досталось Украине высокой ценой, а победа Порошенко выглядит невероятной с точки зрения исторической перспективы.
Getting rid of the corrupt President Yanukovych has cost Ukraine dearly. And Poroshenko’s victory looks incredible from a historical perspective. Aside from political issues, challenges await Poroshenko in foreign policy and in defense, his direct responsibilities.
Putin and his propaganda machine have convinced the people of Donetsk that they're fighting for their lives, and suddenly he's lost interest in their fight.
Why is Ukraine's Army So Appallingly Bad?
May 09, 2014
An explainer about how what was once one of Europe's mightiest forces became so underfunded, poorly trained, and infiltrated by Russians.
How Ukraine Will Get Crimea Back
May 07, 2014
Will Russian imperalist hawks will ever give Crimea back?
Hope dies last, but pessimism is immortal.