How change swept across central Europe 30 years ago this fall
Is the post-Soviet filmmaker behind a massive art-world happening an actual genius or an epic fraudster?
The story of a Jewish Germanophile who became a Soviet investigator of Nazi crimes
May Day: How Polish filmakers documented and interpreted the ‘March Emigration,’ an ‘anti-Zionist’ purge in communist Warsaw 50 years ago
May Day: The surprising Jewish origins of the animated character who taught a generation of Soviet children to be good communists
Symbolic commemoration of a massacre is subsumed in national politics
In the heart of Kashmir, where happiness was a warm AK-47, the weapon was my voice, and my dream
The influence of Vladimir Vysotsky, who would have been 75 this week, reaches far beyond his homeland