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Anthem For The Forgotten Man
, J.D. Vance's memoir of his Appalachian upbringing, is required reading for understanding why Americans rejected Hillary
Islam and the French Republic
From inner-city Paris to
la France profonde
, immigration has changed everything
How Russia Is Ruled By The Putin Doctrine
Eurasian ideology, with its appeal to a glorious but bogus past, is assiduously promoted by the Kremlin to shore up the regime
Mutinous Talk In The Highlands
In rural Scotland there has been a surge in support for breaking up the estates
The Russians Are Coming
'Like everyone else in Kiev my friend has been having nightmares'
Hunting the Lynx with the Old Believers
'The first who came to Tuva had come in search of Belovode: a mythical Russian utopia that peasants believed existed out in Siberia'
‘The Yeti Hunts’
Ben Judah's best
writing is now available as an ebook
From Eastern Europe to the East End
'There is a whole Eastern European city of half a million people in London. More than 80 per cent have arrived since 2004. It is a city working in basic jobs, with a sprinkling of Russian aristocrats and Bosnian refugees.'
Letter from Ukraine: Reviving Lost Literature
Chernovtsy's literary festival is an unexpected way for residents to connect with the Ukrainian city's lost past
On Pilgrimage with the Hasids
'Uman has been called the Hasidic Mecca and the Hasidic Glastonbury. Overwhelmingly, however, the pilgrimage is rejected as “un-Jewish”, even by other ultra-Orthodox Jews'
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above