Latest posts by Veronica Khokhlova from July, 2007
The Accidental Russophile considers buying a Polonium 210 coffee mug, available at CafePress for $10.99.
The world zooms in on Chechnya's capital Grozny via Google Earth and doesn't see much reconstruction going on, A Step At A Time reports.
Olechko posts photos from a few Kyiv galleries – and shares her own artwork, too.
Among other things, Window on Eurasia reports that media attention to Sochi might “force the local officials to allow for the construction of a mosque for the city's 20,000 Muslims” – at last, after 13 years of trying to get the permission.
A flawed textbook on how to identify and counter extremist groups is on the reading list of the Russian police, writes Window on Eurasia.
Ukraine's big houses and the Big Mac Index data – at Ukrainiana.
Scenes from the Sidewalk writes about Ukrainian babies abandoned in the Czech Republic.
Foreign Notes on the problems withing prime minister Victor Yanukovych's Party of the Regions – here, here, and here.
Best of the Slobs roundup, a post on Slovenian-American sausages, and the Slovenes’ attitudes toward sex – at The Glory of Carniola.
Anegdote writes on the visa regime liberalization with the EU members for Serbia.
Darkness at Noon shares his 7-year-old collection of Lenin photos.
A translation of a piece on the Russian media – at La Russophobe.
Csikszereda Musings writes about an exhibition of the paintings of Mihaly Munkacsy, “Hungary's most famous painter.”
From Csikszereda Musings‘s “fizzy-watered paradise,” a recipe of “the most delicious and refreshing beverage known to humanity.”
The beatroot writes about a homophobic gay icon, alcohol consumption data, an “unbelievable new alliance” of two Polish politicians, President Lech Kaczynski's meeting with George W. Bush, and one politician's anti-German rhetoric.
The Macedonian Tendency writes about the Macedonian Orthodox Church.
Bosnia Blog writes about Sarajevo coincidences in Prague.
Latvian Abroad writes about Latvian real estate and economy – here and here.
Latvian Abroad writes about Latvians living and working in Ireland and the UK.
Latvian Abroad writes about parody websites devoted to the new president Valdis Zatlers.
Further Ramblings of a N.Irish Magyar writes about free toilets and museum admission fees, and about the Hungarian domestic products market.