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About Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska

Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska is a journalist focusing on the post-Soviet space. 

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

#FreeFatima: how the Tajik regime treats the children of political exiles as hostages

Preventing the children of opposition exiles from leaving Tajikistan is one of the cruellest forms of repression.  

No “Velvet Revolution” for Lebanese Armenians

Revolution in Yerevan has stirred the global Armenian diaspora. But how real are the links between political change in the homeland and Armenian communities abroad?

In Poland and Ukraine, history conflicts reveal the limits of the “nationalist international”

Historical issues have once again divided far-right groups in Poland and Ukraine. 

The women of Brest Station

These Chechen women are falling foul of changing attitudes on the EU’s eastern border, but they have made the railway station in Brest an unlikely piece of home in Belarus. Русский

To confront polarisation one must look into the abyss

What Brexit has shown us is that people are still easy to manipulate and that tribal divisions are still pretty much a feature of our political system.

Islamic State in Kyrgyzstan: a real or imagined threat?

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In July, Bishkek claimed to successfully foil an IS plot in the country. But is IS even in Kyrgyzstan?

 

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