The making of a Russian Studies course, Lev Kamenev, strategic stability, learning Russian, INF treaty, sketches, most controversial thing I’ve written.
Russia Reviewed’s Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopia summer series concludes with a review of Vladimir Sorokin’s Day of the Oprichnik.
Attention readers! I have revised the RR guest submission process to incorporate Wordpress user roles. The updated process is more straightforward and involves less back-and-forth email correspondence.
Putin and Trump at Hamburg, 2017 Russian-to-English translations, that Trump Jr. stuff, the Overton Bubble, J.T. makes some bad jokes and goes without TV for a week.
It has recently come to my attention that despite a high number of daily views and the absence of a comment moderation filter, Russia Reviewed has seen few instances of trolling, heated arguments, or comments policy violations. Either RR is still an obscure Russia blog, or I’ve got a very mature commentariat! I’m leaning toward …
In this second installment of the Postapocalyptic/Dystopia summer series, we’ll take a look at the Russian cult classic Metro 2033.
“Fake news”, like “Russian aggression”, is one of those terms I hear thrown around often but never adequately defined. In this post, I appraise one “fake news” argument.