Mikhail Kaluzhsky is a writer and playwright based in Berlin. He is the author of Music Repressed (2007) and many documentary theatre projects. In 2012-2014 he curated the theatre programme at Moscow's Andrei Sakharov Center, and is former Lead Russian-Language Editor at oDR. He can be found on Twitter via @kaluzhsky.
Listening to the “voices” in August 1991, or the media we need today
The events of August 1991 weren’t just an unexpected win for democracy. They were a reminder of the role of mass...
Brexit: the view from Eurasia
Whether you’re in Mariupol or Margate, politics has become an organic part of the tabloid press. Our media should...
From Panama, via London, with love
The Panama Papers implicate more than just a few select international leaders. They demonstrate how offshore finance...
Beyond the frontline: introducing a new series for oDR
Mainstream media focuses on the military and political conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Yet Russians and...
The sentence against Nadiya Savchenko is absurd. Where do we go from here? Русский
Why we don’t publish articles about Putin
Mainstream media in the west and Russia is fixated on the Russian president. Here’s why we’re not. Deutsch