“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.
Gather ’round and I’ll tell you the tale of a midnight disturbance in J.T.-vale.
In which I’m forced to confront the reality of a growing collection of Putin biographies.
Why does reading so often feel like a chore nowadays?
Ever wonder how people find their way to your blog via search engines? Now I know – and I’m a bit confused in places.
Well, we’ve made it. Today officially marks one year since I stepped into the line of fire.
Wednesday evening after Soviet history class, I had a long and interesting conversation with my professor about Western perception of Russia. As is inevitable in such a conversation, we eventually got around to Putin and the numerous absurd ‘analyses’ of him. (Anyone remember the “gunslinger walk” and “Putin has Asperger’s syndrome”?) We invented a new …