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Veronica Khokhlova · August, 2011

I'm a Kyiv native; divide my time between Kyiv, Moscow, Istanbul and the Croatian island of Vis; lived in St. Petersburg in 2003-2005; attended Rutgers University in 1993-94, did my master's in journalism at the University of Iowa in 1996-98.

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Latest posts by Veronica Khokhlova from August, 2011

Russia: 20 Years Since the Putsch

Ukraine: Politics, Economy, Euro 2012 and Relations With the West

Russia: “On the Eve of Collapse”

Hungary: New Law on Churches and Scientology

Czech Republic: Gay Pride in Prague and Politics

The Balkans, Norway: Anders Breivik and Srđa Trifković

U.S.: The Soviet Arts Experience in Chicago

Ukraine: Intellectuals Condemn Tymoshenko Trial in an Open Letter

Ukraine: The 1975 ‘Ukrainian Cuisine’ Book

Ukraine: Basic Language Tips

Russia: A Psycho-Neurological Patient's Photo Stories

Pasha Kyshtymov, a lifelong psycho-neurological patient in Siberia, cannot communicate through speech, but had no problems learning to express himself through photography. On his blog, the Russian photographer Oleg Klimov...

Poland: NGO Helps Looking for Missing Persons

Ukraine: Party of Regions’ “Prejudicial Statement” on Tymoshenko's Case

Slovenia: A Comment on the U.K. Riots

Russia: Learning Russian Via Social Networks

The Balkans: History, Politics and Ethnic Identities

The Balkans: Travel Blogs

Serbia, Kosovo, Russia: A Letter to Putin

Russia: Photos From the Tyva (Tuva) Republic

Russia: “Stolen Dreams”

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