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Natasha Bluth

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Natasha Bluth is a freelance journalist based in New York. She is currently a Master's degree candidate at New York University in Journalism and Russian and Slavic Studies and a 2015 graduate of Brown University.

01.12.2016

The plight of the Crimean Tatars

The plight of the Crimean Tatars

The Tatars, who have a 400-year history in Crimea, are increasingly marginalized, forced into exile or living under oppression at home, without enough support from Moscow or Kiev, or global attention to protect their rights as an indigenous people, according to NGOs

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16.09.2016

The West ignores the Ukraine crisis at its own peril

The West ignores the Ukraine crisis at its own peril

While Ukraine no longer makes headlines in the West, violence in Eastern Ukraine is still commonplace and the humanitarian crisis threatens to spiral out of control

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13.05.2016

To understand Putin's popularity, visit Russia's industrial heartland

To understand Putin's popularity, visit Russia's industrial heartland

Book Review: Far from Moscow and St. Petersburg, former NPR correspondent Anne Garrels brings readers closer to the “real Russia” with her new book Putin Country

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