The West shares blame for Putin

The West shares blame for Putin

By Alexey Shabaldin Sixteen years ago, a U.S. journalist asked Russia’s delegation at the World Economic Forum in Davos, “Who is Mr. Putin?” No one from the delegation would answer Trudy Rubin’s question. Today, everyone knows who Russian...

No end to information war in Ukraine

An information battle between Ukraine and Russia has brought out the worst in their media machines. It’s time for a Ukraine with an independent media. This is the second of two articles on Ukraine. We published the first one, “Why Ukraine Matters” by...
The West shares blame for Putin

Society’s image of beauty

— A photo essay by Alexandra Hawley — I decided to address “beauty” and the hurt that is placed upon young women by high expectations because I saw it happening in my own community and in myself. I hear comments and whispers about how others...
The West shares blame for Putin

Why Ukraine Matters

This is the first of two articles on Ukraine. You can read the second story, by Simon Hoellerbauer, here. By Melinda Haring Ukraine dominates the news again, at least for a moment. Russia has freed Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, a symbol of resistance...
Month: May 2016