n. 23 February 2009

A train trip toward the Russian Urals gives you a taste of the past, including the death of the Romanovs, Stalinist industry, and an bloody taste of gangland warfare.

Wojciech Gorecki, considered an heir to the late Ryszard Kapuscinski, takes on Georgia in his latest book.


The events that generated the fall of the Berlin Wall and Eastern Europe's return to democracy reflect a rich tapestry. One piece includes Radio Free Europe.