Natalia Antonova is a commentator and playwright, and was previously associate editor at oDR, openDemocracy's post-Soviet space section.
“I’m not afraid to say” that something’s changing in Ukraine
Last summer, Anastasiya Melnychenko used a single hashtag to start an entire campaign against rape. How is it faring...
Andrei Zvyagintsev: not your token Russian
In an age of disinformation, sincerity is political. The films of Andrei Zvyagintsev are powerful precisely because of this.
I am dead, yet I live
As Twin Peaks returns to television, it’s time to consider the original show’s cult status in the post-Soviet world...
“Shut up, woman. Your day is 8 March”
What should International Women’s Day mean to contemporary Ukraine?
Stop saying “we can do nothing” about Aleppo
We can’t bring back the dead, or repair the lives that have been destroyed. But in convincing others of the value of...
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openDemocracy editors from around the world react to the victory of the billionaire businessman.