After years of rarely being used, “Roexit,” the catchword for Romania quitting the European Union over cultural and other nationalist grievances, has exploded on social and other media in recent Read More
Category: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty – Features
How Did A Notorious Former Donbas Prison Warden Live Quietly In Kyiv For Two Years Before His Arrest?
Before his arrest, the ex-warden of a grim prison in separatist-controlled Donetsk had been living quietly in Kyiv for two years. According to three former officers of Ukraine’s Security Service, Read More
A huge billboard showing Manizha, a well-known Russian singer with Tajik roots, in a national satin dress and a revealing neckline on Times Square in New York City has provoked Read More
Here are some of the highlights produced by RFE/RL’s team of correspondents, multimedia editors, and visual journalists over the past seven days.
Signs that Moscow’s discussions with the West over Russia’s sweeping security demands could soon give way to the use of force. Meanwhile, Aleksei Navalny started his second year behind bars Read More
‘They’re Going To Ukraine’: Social Media Chatter Sheds Light On Russia’s Military Mobilization
RFE/RL’s Georgian Service spoke to former Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski, now a member of the European Parliament, about the crisis in Ukraine and what options the West has left.
Understanding what’s next for Kazakhstan after a week that changed the country forever was the focus of a live Twitter Spaces discussion hosted by RFE/RL on January 13.
A former U.S. diplomat held hostage in Tehran after the 1979 Islamic Revolution is going on a hunger strike in Vienna, the venue of nuclear talks between Iran and world Read More
The limits of Chinese influence in Central Asia, surveillance in the Balkans, Beijing and Iran nuke talks, and Hungary’s referendum moves forward.