Ege Dündar has lived a chaotic and intense life, his father targeted for political persecution, his mother deprived of her passport, and himself campaigning for the rights of writers.
Russia’s vague anti-extremism law is being used to persecute people and news organisations that speak out about human rights abuses.
The Turkish press is covering up human rights violations in Afrin.
The Russia Thing has landed: Here’s what you need to know to defend yourself from fifth columnists.
Did Putin back the wrong horse in 2016?
Rightwing attacks on Ukrainian Roma communities are getting worse, and the government is slow to act.
The bizarre incident of the Babchenko Affair has some journalists worried about the future of the pres in Ukraine.
In Kyiv, the LGBQT rights movement is growing, but the government is not keeping pace.
With all eyes on Iran, the country has yet to reckon with its own history.
Those Russkies will weaponize absolutely anything in their quest to upend the American way. Weed? Student debt? Bad roads? You bet!