Louis Train review Rock, Paper, Scissors: "a master-class in noticing."
What does it take to succeed in Russia? Wits, talent, and wiliness – or so claims Joshua Yaffah, the author of Between Two Fires: Truth, Ambition, and Compromise in Putin’s Russia. [...]
Until not long ago, a small goblin lived in the green grass on the banks of the Oder River. He was known as the Oder Goblin. He entertained himself by playing pranks on the citizens of Wrocław, [...]
Micah White is not a household name, but his influence as a writer and activist in the past decade has been extraordinary. In 2011, he called on his readers and followers to “flood into lower [...]
This edition of Lossi 36 Weekly was originally sent by email on 20 July 2020. Subscribe to Lossi 36 Weekly here. 🌺 In the Balkans… Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Back on Track Under EU-Restored, but [...]
This edition of Lossi 36 Weekly was originally sent by email on 13 July 2020. Subscribe to Lossi 36 Weekly here. 🌺 In the Balkans… Accession Talks With Albania and North Macedonia, a Priority [...]
Stefan Žarić reflects on the protests that have been rocking Belgrade. "The truth is, people resort to protests to liberate themselves, despite knowing that they probably cannot change anything."
This edition of Lossi 36 Weekly was originally sent by email on 6 July 2020. Subscribe to Lossi 36 Weekly here. 🌺 In the Balkans… Police Violence in Montenegro: Budva Caught up in the Turmoil. [...]
Louis Train reviews Pravda Ha Ha by Rory MacLean: "an interesting travelogue and a badly under-researched political text".