Tag Archives: Europe/Former Soviet Republics

One Soldier’s War

by Arkady Babchenko

“By turns horrific, sad, and funny, [One Soldier’s War] fills a big gap by providing us with the first-person experiences of an articulate Russian…

Leningrad: Siege and Symphony

by Brian Moynahan

From Brian Moynahan, award-winning foreign correspondent and European editor with the Sunday Times, comes a brilliant work of military, political, and cultural history.

The Exile

by Mark Ames

“Brazen, irreverent, immodest, and rude, the eXile struggles with the harsh truth of the new century in Russia. . . . Since 1997, Ames…