Michael Weiss is the Communications Director of the Henry Jackson Society, a London-based foreign policy think tank. He blogs (mostly about Russia and the Middle East) for The Daily Telegraph.
On the vision of Boris Pasternak.
On the anniversary of the definitive work on Stalins purges.
On the oft-forgotten historian Tibor Szamuely.
On Vasily Grossmans Life and Fate.
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