Nina Khrushcheva

New School New York

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

  1. “How Russians Fight,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2023 (See all Project Syndicate contributions)
  2. “Xi’s the Boss,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2023
  3. “Russian Culture in the Gulag,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2023
  4. “Assassinated Are the Peacemakers?” published by Project Syndicate, January 2023
  5. “Russian Muppets or American Puppets?” published by Project Syndicate, January 2023
  6. “War and Populism,” published by Project Syndicate, December 2022
  7. “From Cuban Missiles to Putin’s Crisis,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2022
  8. “The Kremlin’s Suicidal Imperialism,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2022
  9. “Pomp and Populism,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2022
  10. “The Greatest Democrat Russia Ever Had,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2022
  11. “The Republican God That Failed,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2022 (Die Presse, Austria, The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  12. “Far-right Populists Come Out of the Racist Closet,” published by Project Syndicate, July-August 2022 (The Japan Times, Japan)
  13. “Don’t Cancel Russian Culture,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2022 (La Nacion, Argentina)
  14. “Unhappy Birthday, Andrei Sakharov,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2022 (Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark)
  15. The Coup in the Kremlin,” Foreign Affairs, May 10, 2022
  16. “The Origins of Putin’s Totalitarianism,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2022 (Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  17. “Putin’s War Will Destroy Russia,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2022 (Clarin, Argentina, The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  18. How Putin’s arrogant historical revisionism blinds him in Ukraine,” NBCThink, March 4, 2022
  19. “What’s on Putin’s Mind?” published by Project Syndicate, February 2022 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  20. “Putin Is No Nixon,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2022
  21. “Kazakhstan and the Price of Russia’s Empire,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2022 (Berlingske, Denmark)
  22. “What the US Misunderstands About Russia,” published by Project Syndicate, December 2021 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  23. “Send Out the Clowns,” published by Project Syndicate, November 2021
  24. “Russia’s Communist Comeback,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2021 (Morgunblaðið, Iceland)
  25. “Homophobes and Autocrats,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2021 (Ta Nea, Greece)
  26. “The Failed Coup that Failed Russia,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2021 (Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  27. “The Gospel According to Q,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2021 (La Nacion, Argentina)
  28. “An Update on the Cuban Missile Crisis,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2021 (Die Presse, Austria)
  29. “Prosecute the Populists?” published by Project Syndicate, May 2021
  30. Stalin’s War and Peace,” Project Syndicate OnPoint, May 7, 2021
  31. “G.I. Joe Trotsky,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2021
  32. “Disorder from the Courts,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2021
  33. “Can Navalny Take Down Putin?” published by Project Syndicate, February 2021
  34. “Who Profits from the Assault on American Democracy?” published by Project Syndicate, January 2021
  35. Even a Squashed Coup Can Set the Course for Authoritarianism. Just Ask Russia,” Vanity Fair, January 12, 2021
  36. “Ten Hours that Shook America,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2021 (L’Orient-Le Jour, Lebanon, Los Tiempos, Bolivia)
  37. Trump’s tyranny proved America isn’t immune to authoritarianism. But we can survive it,” NBCThink, December 28, 2020
  38. “Ivanka the Inevitable?” published by Project Syndicate, December 2020 (The Globe and Mail, Canada, Foreign Policy, Ukraine)
  39. “Donald Trump, Made in America,” published by Project Syndicate, November 2020 (Irish Examiner, Ireland, Pescanik, Serbia)
  40. “Has Putin Lost His Mojo?” published by Project Syndicate, October 2020 (Novoe Vremya, Ukraine)
  41. “The Buck Stops with Putin,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2020 (Tema, Albania, Los Tiempos, Bolivia, The Australian, Australia)
  42. Vor unseren Augen wird eine Nation erschaffen” (A nation is being created in front of our eyes), interview with Svetlana Alexievich, Profil, September 20, 2020 (in German)
  43. The View from Here (Here being Minsk): Conversation with Svetlana Alexievich,” Air Mail, September 5, 2020
  44. “Belarus Is Putin’s to Lose,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2020 (Der Standard, Austria)
  45. Escape from New York: A Daughter of the Kremlin Goes Home,” Journal of the Plague Year, August 16, 2020
  46. “Trump and Putin by the Book,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2020
  47. “The Long March of ‘General’ William Barr,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2020 (Business Post, Ireland, Gulf Times, Qatar)
  48. “Russian Derangement Syndrome,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2020 (Berlingske, Denmark)
  49. Trump’s coronavirus lies and propaganda suggest America needs its own ‘perestroika’,” NBCThink, May 25, 2020
  50. “The Fog of COVID-19 War Propaganda,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2020 (Haaretz, Israel, Ta Nea, Greece)
  51. “From Dreyfus to the Donald,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2020 (La Nacion, Costa Rica)
  52. “Comrade Trump,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2020 (El Confidencial, Spain)
  53. “The Story in History: Interview with Svetlana Alexievich, the 2015 Nobel Prize Winner in Literature,” published by Project Syndicate, January 10, 2020
  54. “The Assassin’s False Creed,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2020 (The Japan Times, Japan)
  55. “Putin’s Pipelines to Power,” published by Project Syndicate, December 2019 (Dennik N, Slovakia; The Globe and Mail, Canada; Kyiv Post, Ukraine)
  56. “Putin Means Money,” published by Project Syndicate, November 2019 (New Europe, Belgium)
  57. Understanding Russia: The Challenges of Transformation,” a review, Foreign Affairs, November/December 2019
  58. “The Silence of the Republican Lambs,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2019
  59. Pasta Putin-esca. Syrian candy and North Korean kimchi: Moscow adds Stalinist spice to its cuisine,” Air Mail, October 19, 2019
  60. Putin the Bond villain is the king of unfairness,” Standpoint (UK), September 18, 2019
  61. “Boris the Bolshevik,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2019 (Financial News, UK)
  62. “When Leninists Overreach,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2019 (Los Tiempos, Bolivia)
  63. “Women on Top in the World’s Democracies,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2019 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  64. Russia’s decision to free Ivan Golunov shows protests against Kremlin despotism are working,” NBCThink, June 18, 2019
  65. “Should the Russians Hug the Chinese?” published by Project Syndicate, June 2019 (Der Tagesspiegel, Germany, The Australian)
  66. “Ukraine’s New President Joins the Resistance,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2019 (La Nacion, Costa Rica)
  67. “Ukraine Sends in the Clown,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2019 (Dagens Perspektiv, Norway)
  68. Russia’s Crimea invasion was good for Putin. But five years later the nationalist glow is gone,” NBCThink, March 18, 2019
  69. “The Trumping of Ukraine,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2019 (My Republica, Nepal)
  70. “Wag the Dictator,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2019 (Hindustan Times, India)
  71. Trump’s wall with Mexico follows in the footsteps of authoritarian leaders throughout history,” NBCThink, January 8, 2019
  72. “Putin’s Semi-Free Press Problem,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2019 (Kosova Sot, Kosovo)
  73. “Is Trump Duping Putin?” published by Project Syndicate, November 2018 (La Repubblica, Italy)
  74. “The New Disappeared,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2018 (The Daily Star, Lebanon)
  75. “Has Putin’s Popularity Bubble Burst?” published by Project Syndicate, September 2018 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  76. “Erdoğan’s Authoritarian Quackery,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2018 (Dagens Perspektiv, Norway)
  77. “Trump’s Gambling Problem,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2018 (The Australian, Australia)
  78. Trump’s admiration for Putin has made him stunningly easy to manipulate,” NBCThink, July 21, 2018
  79. “A Crisis of Ethical Leadership,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2018 (Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark)
  80. “A New Keeper of Putin’s Secrets,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2018 (Gulf Times, Qatar, Ta Nea, Greece)
  81. “What Putin Won in Russia’s Election,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2018 (The Daily Star, Lebanon)
  82. “What Putin Wants in Syria,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2018 (O Estado de S. Paulo, Brazil)
  83. Trump may wish he was a dictator. Luckily for America, he seems incapable of being one,” NBCThink, February 15, 2018
  84. “Donald Trump Meets Davos Man,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2018 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  85. Donald Trump’s Not Quite Like Joseph Stalin. But His ‘Fake News Awards’ Should Scare Us,” NBCThink, January 17, 2018
  86. “Profiles in Cowardice,” published by Project Syndicate, December 2017 (Hindustan Times, India)
  87. “The Last Silovik?” published by Project Syndicate, November 2017 (The Australian, Australia)
  88. “Trump’s Republican Collaborators,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2017 (The Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  89. “The Return of the Madman Theory,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2017 (La Nacion, Costa Rica)
  90. How Women Lived Under Soviet Rule,” The Atlantic, September 2017
  91. “Guilty Man,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2017 (Der Standard, Austria)
  92. “Putin and Trump’s Tainted Love,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2017 (The Globe and Mail, Canada, Hindustan Times, India)
  93. “The Death of the Party,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2017 (Jordan Times, The Jakarta Post, Indonesia)
  94. “The Eruption of Moscow’s Housing Estates,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2017 (Dagens Nyheter, Sweden)
  95. “Trump Stumbles into Putin’s Syrian Backyard,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2017
  96. “When Obama is Always Listening,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2017
  97. Melania Trump is the perfect autocrat’s wife,” Quartz, March 3, 2017
  98. “Laughing in the Dark,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2017 (La Nacion, Argentina, The Japan Times)
  99. “America’s Russian Hypocrisy,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2017 (Novoe Vremya, Ukraine, Kathmandu Post, Nepal)
  100. “The Manchurian Cabinet,” published by Project Syndicate, December 2016 (Huffington Post, USA, Kosova Sot, Kosovo)
  101. “Donald Trump’s Brave New World,” published by Project Syndicate, November 2016 (Irish Examiner, Ireland, Handelsblatt Global, Germany)
  102. “Direct Democracy Strikes Again,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2016 (Den, Ukraine)
  103. “Trump Through Russian Eyes,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2016 (The Jordan TimesHandelsblatt, Germany)
  104. “Does Putin Really Want a Trump Presidency?” published by Project Syndicate, August 2016 (Die Welt, Germany, Tin Tuc 24, Vietnam)
  105. “The Kremlin’s Olympic Acrobatics,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2016 (Danas, Serbia)
  106. “The Strongman’s Power Trap,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2016 (Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  107. Putin’s Pick: Clinton or Trump?”, July 4, 2016
  108. Donald Trump has a Russian twin named Vladimir,” Quartz, June 23, 2016
  109. “Putin’s Illusion of Reform,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2016 (Die Welt, Germany)
  110. “The Queen’s Chinese Guests from Hell,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2016 (Irish Examiner, Ireland, The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  111. “The Improbable Reformers,” published by Project Syndicate, April 2016 (Times of Oman, Il Sole, Italy)
  112. “The Lilli-Putins of the EU,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2016 (The Australian, O Estado de S. Paulo, Brazil)
  113. “Putin, the Pope, and the Patriarch,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2016
  114. “The Marketing of the American President,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2016 (Al Jazeera English, Die Welt, Germany)
  115. “Putin’s Trump Card,” published by Project Syndicate, December-January 2015-16 (Irish Examiner, Ireland, Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark)
  116. Vladimir Putin fancies himself a tsar standing up to Turkey’s would-be sultan,” Quartz, December 4, 2015
  117. United With Putin Against Terror?” published by Project Syndicate, November 2015 (Die Presse, Austria, Die Welt, Germany)
  118. The Return of a Political Anecdote: Ten Jokes About Vladimir Putin’s Russia,” Los Angeles Review of Books, November 12, 2015
  119. “Alexievich’s Achievement,” published by Project Syndicate, October 2015 (Irish Examiner, Ireland, The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  120. “Abdullah Gül’s Choice,” published by Project Syndicate, September 2015 (The Daily Star, Lebanon)
  121. “The Authoritarian Temptation,” published by Project Syndicate, August 2015 (Die Welt, Germany)
  122. Putin is a Dick,” Quartz, August 4, 2015
  123. “Containment Begins at Home,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2015 (The Australian, Today’s Zaman, Turkey)
  124. “The Goebbels of the Kremlin,” published by Project Syndicate, June 2015 (The Globe and Mail, Canada)
  125. “Putin on Parade,” published by Project Syndicate, May 2015 (Der Standard, Austria)
  126. “Europe versus Gazprom,” published by Project Syndicate, April-May 2015
  127. Graveyard of Emperors: Putin Should Heed the Fates of Russian Leaders,” Quartz, April 9, 2015
  128. Tsar Vladimir Putin is Always Right,” Reuters, March 12, 2015
  129. “Kremlin Murder Incorporated,” published by Project Syndicate, March 2015 (The Daily Star, Lebanon, Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  130. “Russia and America at the Oscars,” published by Project Syndicate, February 2015 (Die Welt, Germany, El Tiempo, Colombia)
  131. What does Vladimir Putin Really Want in Ukraine?” Reuters, February 2, 2015
  132. “Putin’s Scare Tactics,” published by Project Syndicate, January 2015 (The Moscow Times, Russia, Dagens Nyheter, Sweden)
  133. Building Berlin’s Wall Helped Avoid Nuclear Confrontation,” Reuters, November 7, 2014
  134. As if Things weren’t Badenov: Even in Good Times, Russians are Villains in Hollywood,” Reuters, August 27, 2014
  135. Putin’s Anti-American Rhetoric Now Persuades his Harshest Critics,” Reuters, July 29, 2014
  136. “Putin’s Tipping Point?” published by Project Syndicate, July 2014 (Globe and Mail, Canada, Huffington Post, USA, The Irish Examiner, Ireland)
  137. “Shevarnadze: The Silver Fox of Dictatorship and Democracy,” published by Project Syndicate, July 2014 (Sunday’s Zaman, Turkey, El Tiempo, Colombia)
  138. Putin Face-Off: Make Schwarzenegger Our Man in Moscow,” Reuters, June 20, 2014
  139. US v Russia: Searching for Kennan,” Reuters, April 28, 2014
  140. Putin’s New ‘Values Pact’,” Reuters, March 26, 2014
  141. Why Putin’s Wrong to Blame Khrushchev,” CNN, March 21, 2014
  142. Putin Projects Russia’s Unreal Reality,” Reuters, March 12, 2014
  143. Khrushchev Would Be Appalled,” Newsweek, March 4, 2014
  144. “Russia’s Crimean Shore?” published by Project Syndicate, February-March 2014
  145. For Moscow Ukraine is Always ‘Little Russia,'” Reuters, February 20, 2014
  146. “Russia’s Potemkin Olympic Village” published by Project Syndicate, February 2014 (The Moscow Times, Russia, Today’s Zaman, Turkey, The Japan Times, Japan)
  147. “Power Without Purpose” published by Project Syndicate, January 2014 (Die Welt, Germany, Der Standard, Austria, The Moscow Times, Russia)
  148. “Putin the Peronist” published by Project Syndicate, December 2013 (The Daily Star, Lebanon, El Tiempo, Colombia)
  149. Why Russia Can Afford Crony Capitalism, but India Can’t,” The Economic Times, October 20, 2013
  150. Who will Blink First?” Newsweek The Daily Beast, September 6, 2013
  151. “Can Navalny Save Russia?” published by Project Syndicate, September 2013
  152. NSA as ‘Big Brother’? Not Even Close,” Reuters, June 28, 2013
  153. “Vladimir Putin’s Potemkin Love Life” published by Project Syndicate, June 2013 (The Scotsman, UK, The Moscow Times, Russia)
  154. The Show Trial State,” Foreign Policy, May 21, 2013
  155. Terrorism, Putin and the Cold War Legacy,” Reuters, May 14, 2013
  156. The Boston Paradox” published by Project Syndicate, April 2013 (Today’s Zaman, Turkey, The Daily Star, Lebanon)
  157. “The Czar of the French” published by Project Syndicate, January 2013 (Die Welt, Germany, Today’s Zaman, Turkey)
  158. “The History of Russia’s Future” published by Project Syndicate, December 2012-January 2013 (Handelsblatt, Germany, Irish Examiner, Ireland, Business Times, Singapore)
  159. “Is Vladimir Putin Czar of the Intelligentsia?” Newsweek, October 15-21, 2012
  160. “Putin’s Final Act” published by Project Syndicate, May-June, 2012 (The Moscow Times, Russia, Die Welt, Germany)
  161. “Putins letzter großer Sieg” in Handelsblatt, March 7, 2012 (in German)
  162. “Russia’s Bo-Toxic President Returns” published by Project Syndicate, Dec 2011-Jan 2012 (La Repubblica, Italy, Handelsblatt, Germany)
  163. Shades of Stalin” in Newsweek, October 10-16, 2011
  164. “The Eternal Putin” published by Project Syndicate, Sep-Oct 2011 (The Moscow Times, Russia, Die Welt, Germany)
  165. “The Lost Lessons of Freedom” in Foreign Policy, August 19, 2011
  166. “The Walls of August” published by Project Syndicate, August 2011 (The Scotsman, UK, Der Standard, Austria, The Daily News, Egypt)
  167. “Will the Meek Inherit Russia?” published by Project Syndicate (CNN, USA, The Scotsman, UK, The Moscow Times, Russia, Die Welt, Germany) June-July 2011
  168. “Toppling Russia’s Modernizers,” published by Project Syndicate (The Moscow Times, Russia, Die Welt, Germany) Sep-Oct 2010
  169. “A Spy Who Came In By Amtrak” Foreign Policy, July 14, 2010
  170. “Signs of Improving Climate in Russia”, May 5, 2010
  171. “The Cruelty of Chance,” published by Project Syndicate (The Daily Star, Lebanon, Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark, Die Welt, Germany, etc.) April 2010
  172. “Ukrainian Democracy and Its Cynics” published by Project Syndicate (The Daily Star, Lebanon, Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark, Sunday Zaman, Turkey, etc.) February 2010
  173. “No Heads are Better Than Two” Foreign Policy, January/February 2010
  174. “Putin’s Potemkin Nation,” published by Project Syndicate (The National Times, Australia; Il Sole, Italy), Dec 2009
  175. “Nabokov’s Manuscripts Don’t Burn” in The Moscow Times, December 4, 2009
  176. KGB Petroleum” published by Project Syndicate, November 2009
  177. “The Memory Trap” in Foreign Policy, November 6, 2009
  178. “Two Funerals and Our Freedom” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany; The GuardianThe Scotsman, UK), July-August 2009
  179. “Legally Lawless Russia” in Forbes, July 7, 2009
  180. “America’s Favorite Boogeyman” The Moscow Times, January 26, 2009
  181. “Putin’s Year of Living Dangerously” published by Project Syndicate (Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, etc.) Dec 2008
  182. “Fleeting Oil Supremacy” in Forum: The Russians are ComingThe Chronicle of Higher Education, September 5, 2008
  183. “Alexander Solzhenitsyn: The Prophet and the Commissars,” published by Project Syndicate (Miami Herald, USA, The GuardianThe Scotsman, UK, The Toronto Star, Canada, etc.) August 2008
  184. “China’s Triumph of the Will,” published by Project Syndicate (The Guardian, UK, Daily News, Egypt, Daily Times, Pakistan, Der Standard, Austria) August 2008
  185. Conservative Comrades: Nabokov and Buckley” in Russia!, Summer 2008
  186. “Lost in Byzantium” in Los Angeles Times, June 1, 2008
  187. Yushchenko of Ukraine: The Hollowing of a Hero” in The New York Times-International Herald Tribune, March 28, 2008
  188. “Putin’s Unwilling Executioner?” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, The GuardianThe Scotsman, UK, Daily News, Egypt, etc.) February-March 2008
  189. “Modern Tsar” in Barrett Sheridan’s The Return of the BearNewsweek, February 28, 2008
  190. “Putin of All the Russias” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, The Daily Star, Lebanon, The Independent, Bangladesh, Moscow Times, Russia, etc.) October 2007
  191. “Kremlin Musical Chairs,” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, Die Welt, GermanyThe Independent, Bangladesh, Ziua, Romania, etc.) September 2007
  192. “Back to the Brink in Ukraine” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, The Daily Star, Lebanon, The Independent, Bangladesh) August 2007
  193. Russia’s New Inspector General” in The New York Times-International Herald Tribune, August 10, 2007
  194. “The View from Here: On Russia” in Business Spotlight Verlag, Germany, no. 5, August-September 2007
  195. “The Liars’ Last Reunion: George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin at G-8” published by Project Syndicate (The Guardian, UK, Die Welt, Germany, The Maimi Herald, USA, The Daily Star, Lebanon, El Tiempo, Colombia, etc.), June 2007
  196. “The Hero of His Time: Boris Yeltsin” published by Project Syndicate (The Guardian, UK, Die Welt, Germany, Der Standard, Austria, The Maimi Herald, USA, etc.) April 2007
  197. Nabokov’s Big in Beijing,The Moscow Times, April 20, 2007
  198. Playing the Ukrainian Card,” in The New York Times-International Herald Tribune, March 15, 2007
  199. “Fidel Castro: The Autumn of the Commandante,” published by Project Syndicate (The Guardian, UK, Die Welt, Germany, The New York SunThe Star-Ledger, USA), January 2007
  200. “A Murder in Moscow: A Tragic Death of Anna Politkovskaya” published by Project Syndicate (Miami Herald, USA, Die Welt, Germany, Le Figaro, France, La Reppublica, Italy, etc.), October 2006
  201. “The Gulag of the Russian Mind,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, El Pais, Spain, etc.), August 2006
  202. “Cheney, Putin Can’t Get Beyond Cold War Talk” The Moscow Times, May 17, 2006
  203. “Why not celebrating Nabokov is a tragedy” Financial Times, April 19, 2006
  204. A Fatal Desire for Order,” The New York Times-International Herald Tribune, February 26, 2006
  205. The Day Khrushchev Buried Stalin” in the Los Angeles Times, February 19, 2006
  206. “Why Russia Still Loves Stalin” The Washington Post, February 12, 2006
  207. “The Two Faces of Vladimir Putin,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, El Pais, Spain, etc.), June 2005
  208. “Happy Birthday, Nikita Khrushchev” The New York Times, April 16, 2005
  209. Vova the Dread” in the Wall Street Journal, March 5, 2005
  210. Elections in Ukraine: The Empire Sneaks Back” in The New York Times-International Herald Tribune, October 30, 2004
  211. “Russian Culture of Contempt” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Le Figaro, France), August 2004
  212. “Vladimir Putin: a Tzar or a Doge,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, El Pais, Spain, etc.), April 2004
  213. “Vladimir Putin Hurts Russian Democracy,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, El Pais, Spain, etc.), Dec 2003
  214. “Putin Wears a President’s Clothes, but He’s Really an Ersatz Czar” in Los Angeles Times, October 1, 2003
  215. “Brezhnev, Bush and Baghdad” The Nation, May 19, 2003
  216. “Stalin and Memory,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, El Pais, Spain, etc.), March, 2003
  217. “Treason of Russian Intellectuals: A Case of Chechnya,” Tages Anzeiger (Switzerland), March 3, 2003
  218. “Putin the Poker player,” published by Project Syndicate (Die Welt, Germany, Der Standard, Austria), February 2003
  219. “Russian Language is Our Wealth (Soviet Slogan)” in CORRESPONDENCE: An International Review of Culture and Society, Winter, 2002/2003
  220. “The Details: St. Petersburg” in Esquire, September 2002
  221. “The Russian Dreifus Affair” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Le Figaro, France, Die Welt, Germany), August 2002
  222. “Putin as an Island” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Le Figaro, France, Die Welt, Germany), May 2002
  223. “International Response to 9-11: Russian Press Makes it Good” in CORRESPONDENCE: An International Review of Culture and Society, Winter/Spring, 2002
  224. “Fidel, Monica and Me” in, March 1, 2002
  225. “What Comes First in Russia: Democracy or Trust?” in Los Angeles Times, December 27, 2001
  226. “Shevarnadze’s Last Stand?” published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Die Welt, Germany), November 2001
  227. “Nabokov’s Russian Return” in CORRESPONDENCE: An International Review of Culture and Society, Summer/Fall, 2001
  228. “Missile Defense Would Rile the Russian Bear” in Los Angeles Times, February 12, 2001
  229. “Forward to Putinism” in Russian Regional Report, Vol. 6, No. 2, 17 January 2001, also published by Project Syndicate (Der Standard, Austria, NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Die Welt, Germany), January 2001
  230. “To Russia, With Love and Pharmaceuticals” in Los Angeles Times, November, 26, 2000
  231. Homo Sovieticus [Vladimir Putin]” in Los Angeles Times, September 24, 2000
  232. “A Watch, A Shoe and a Cold War Tale” in Los Angeles Times, September 7, 2000
  233. “Vladimir Putin, Cultural Maestro” in CORRESPONDENCE: An International Review of Culture and Society, Summer 2000
  234. “Why Gusinsky Was Arrested, Let Go” in Los Angeles Times, June 20, 2000
  235. “Putin and Pushkin” published by Project Syndicate (NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Die Welt, Germany), June 2000
  236. “Yeltsin’s Last Surprise” published by The New York Times Syndicate and Project Syndicate, January 2000
  237. “Moscow’s Boss Under Fire” in, December 16, 1999
  238. “Russia’s Center Doesn’t Hold” with Robert Orttung, Project Syndicate (NRC Handelsbuad, Netherlands, Asakhi Evening News, Japan), September 1999
  239. “Here’s a Message to Moscow: Get Over It” in Los Angeles Times, June 16, 1999
  240. “In Moscow, It’s All Boris, All the Time” in Los Angeles Times, May 13, 1999
  241. “Where does Russia Go?” in the, April 1, 1999
  242. “When Things Get Hairy in the Kremlin” in Los Angeles Times, December 30, 1998
  243. “Baldness and Democracy” in the, December 17, 1998
  244. “A Familiar Theme That Poisons Russian Politics” in Los Angeles Times, November 25, 1998
  245. “Weight of the nation: fat as a regional concept” in The Times of London, July 11, 1998
  246. “The Sad State of Russian-American Relations” in Analysis of Current Events, July/Aug. 1998
  247. “NATO expansion: Postscript or prelude?” in The Trenton Times, 17 May 17, 1998
  248. “Deconstructing Yeltsin” in the, April 2, 1998
  249. “In Russia, Czar Yeltsin Gives a Warning” in Los Angeles Times, February 6, 1998
  250. “The Russians are Coming!” in Los Angeles Times, January 2, 1998
  251. “In Hollywood, Russians still favored villains” in The Trenton Times, November 30, 1997
  252. “From Socialist Utopia Toward True Democracy” in Los Angeles Times, November 14, 1997
  253. “Khrushchev’s Diary” in the, September 25, 1997
  254. “Independence Has a Wry Meaning in a Land Searching for Pride” in Los Angeles Times, July 4, 1997
  255. “Who cares who’s sleeping where? Others should have such troubles!” in The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 20, 1997
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