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."
Louis Train reviews Pravda Ha Ha by Rory MacLean: "an interesting travelogue and a badly under-researched political text".
Louis Train reviews The New Battle for the Atlantic by Magnus Nordenman.
Theatre of the Absurd: the case that united Russia’s artists against the government, and the verdict that struck them down
Louis on the Seventh Studio Case and the trial of director Kirill Serebrennikov.
Augusto Dala Costa on the memory politics imbued in the public naming practices of Georgia's capital.
Tadeusz Giczan on the mounting opposition to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, and his efforts to silence the competition before the national election.
Tadeusz Giczan on the economic and political decline of Belarus since 2010.
Since the early 1990s, an interesting phenomenon has emerged in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus – some states that, despite having their own government and state apparatus, lack [...]
Renée Rippberger on the essential role of migrant workers from Central and Eastern Europe in Western European agriculture.