My wonderful father, the best dad a daughter could ask for, has written a book about the Korean War and its a highy researched book about Russia and he weaves a delightful tale of spy and espionage.
In a world rife with violence it is always good to hear those who vociferously denounce war. I am also against war, especially when it comes to Syria, and have been so for the past two years.
Alexandr Vinitchii and Stela Surchicean have not eaten for thirteen days. They began a hunger strike in front of the Russian Embassy in Chisinau, Moldova, on June 12th. By Matthew Graber
Despite the assassinations of many of her colleagues, Russia’s award-winning investigative journalist Elena Milashina forges into dangerous territory in search of justice.
Anna Andreevna Akhmatova (1889-1966). Born in Ukraine, she was and remains one of the most powerful voices to survive the Russian Revolution and Stalin's destructive paranoia.