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stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
Jan.08.2014
Lara's Gift Annemarie O'Brien middle grade I thought about doing this book set in Russia in February since  the coldest days I've ever spent in the world were in Russia in February, but this story is too good to wait a month. So here we go! If you love dogs, if you love conflict, and if...
bruce-douglas-reeves's picture
Dec.28.2013
           When I think of Ukraine – an ancient but new country wedged between the Black Sea,  Russia, and six smaller states of the former Soviet Union -- I remember first the beauty of  the people and the landscape.  Only then do...
barry-eva's picture
Dec.18.2013
International best selling thriller writer Allan Topol is my guest on today’s “A Book and a Chat” chatting about his latest his Craig Page thriller The Russian Endgame, the third and final book in trilogy that includes “The Spanish Revenge” and “The China Gambit”. Allan is one of the best thriller...
bruce-douglas-reeves's picture
Dec.10.2013
              The scenes are flashing across the globe: the massive police and military reaction against the citizens who’ve dared raise their voices against the Ukrainian Old Guard.  Independence Square in the capital of Kiev has...
robert-earle's picture
Dec.08.2013
A Russian Diary by Anna Politkovskaya takes us into the Russia dominated by Vladimir Putin between 2003 through August 2005.  Politkovskaya was a distinguished journalist by the time she began keeping this diaries, and she was murdered before the pre-publication editing process was complete....
bruce-douglas-reeves's picture
Dec.02.2013
            Ukraine presented two faces, like those ancient Greek masks, when we were there in October: smiling toward western Europe on one side and toward Russia and the east on the other.  Now, the country seems to hurtling toward a decision...
dale-estey's picture
Oct.16.2013
This is an interesting and insightful commentary upon Kafka's The Trial . It comes with what I interpret as a "Russian" overview. Which is fair enough, as Kafka was prescient about the type of totalitarian regime which still holds sway in that vast country. [DE...
mayra-calvani's picture
Sep.23.2013
  Dr. James Stone has a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, and numerous international certifications in computer security. He has worked at NSA, NASA, and the Department of Defense in various capacities, as well as having been a professor of engineering at a major university. He recently...
allan-goldstein's picture
Sep.04.2013
            Greetings Olympians of all nations!  Welcome to Mother Russia, home of no sun, no fun, and no sissies.  We hope you enjoy your stay in Sochi, “The Antidote to Club Med.”         ...
clinton-fein's picture
Aug.08.2013
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have noticed increasing noise over Russia’s violent anti-gay agenda is making its way to the highest levels of government. As Russia prepares to host the Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014, its recently adopted “gay propaganda” legislation doesn’t simply...