CityBoy / October 13, 2009
Sorry to have been AWOL for a few weeks. I have in fact been delving into the world of the former Soviet bloc to see if indeed there is anything we can learn about recovering from a...
Twenty years ago, China could have followed the path of the Soviet Union. Now the picture is very different: but China's leaders could still learn from Gorbachev
Since 1994, when Belarus first elected Alexander Lukashenko as president, the country has stagnated as a Russian client state. But the global financial crisis may finally force change on the regime
Marx is enjoying a revival. But it's his sidekick who would have seen the crunch coming
The Czechs may have botched the Russia-Ukraine energy crisis, but it will be the EU, not Russia, that wins in the long run. Plus, how a toilet sparked a diplomatic incident
The would-be border between South Ossetia and Georgia is being entrenched. Will the Georgian government own up to its role in the war and help the displaced return home?
For all the splendour of Berlin's present, I can't stop imagining the Soviet soldiers battling up blackened streets blocked by rubble and bodies. Nor can the film-makers
Britain's foreign policy, like its banks, has run out of capital. Time for a more realistic approach
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