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Tag Archives: Russia
The President of the United States has been compromised by the Russians. Whatever your politics, this is not something to be shrugged off.
If you’d rather not read a long essay about the Trump/Russia quid pro quo, here is a poem.
In Trump’s America, everyone can live vicariously, eliminating doubt, self-discipline and consequences.
It’s entirely possible that there’s a musical solution to all this, and that the wisdom of those who have recently left us should not be squandered.
The Trump/Putin relationship is not a bromance, but a national security issue.
Greg Olear interviews his friend, the film producer Roman Kindrachuk–a longtime Kiev resident, whose apartment overlooks Maidan Square–on the situation in Ukraine.
Cathy Marie Buchanan on Degas, ballet and the sex scandals of the Bolshoi.