Unknown Russias in black and white

Victoria Lomasko’s graphical reportage sketches life on Russia’s margins.

/ May 1, 2017

Watch: French Elections, explained

Hugo Bouvard discusses the results of the first round of the French elections with Simone Somekh.

/ April 26, 2017

Review: Sarajevo’s overwhelming past and uncertain future

Danis Tanović’s new movie Smrt u Sarajevu is a satire on modern-day Bosnia-Herzegovina.

/ April 25, 2017

Anti-Semitism, made in Italy: an interview with Alberto Caviglia

The Italian director discusses his mockumentary Burning Love ahead of the New York premiere.

/ April 19, 2017

Watch: Dancing in New York’s Bohemia

The city's Czech and Slovak communities turn out for an annual bash.

/ April 17, 2017

Russian protests matter—but don’t expect a revolution

Putin takes them seriously. We should, too.

/ April 12, 2017

Analysis: Will Italian judges be the champions of LGBT rights?

While the Italian Parliament continues to pretend that same-sex families don’t exist in Italy, the courts may have a (partial) solution to the problem.

/ April 10, 2017

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s paean to Kurdish soldiers

In his new political film The Battle of Mosul, the French intellectual follows a group of Iraqi Kurdish soldiers.

/ April 6, 2017

Review: Everyone loses in the battle for the post-Soviet sphere

Blunders, bloviation and brinksmanship have once again turned Russia into the West’s bête noire.

/ April 3, 2017

Unearthing the French Jewish resistance

Ariane Bois’s novel Our Brothers’ Keeper captures the experience of Jewish resistance in Vichy France.

/ March 28, 2017