Memory In The Age Of Impunity

There were once ‘grand narratives’ that explained everything from the behaviour of states to literature. The collapse of connected storylines calls for new thinking that binds us. from Manila to Silicon Valley to Moscow. Read More Here

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The Soviet Union’s Kinkiest Collection

The collection’s story begins in the 1920s, when the Bolsheviks turned what was once the Rumyantsev arts museum  into the country’s national library. As the newly anointed Lenin Library began amassing new literature, it also opened a rare book department to house compromising materials, acquired primarily from confiscated noble libraries. Read Here – Moscow Times

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Lust, Romance and Foreign Policy

the impact of romance on international affairs could never have been more evident than during the Congress of Vienna in 1814/15, an episode still hailed as one of the most important diplomatic events in modern history. Read Here – The National Interest

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