Articles By Rachel Polonsky
 
July/August 2017
Yuri Slezkine's The House of Government tells the story of a place where revolutionaries came home and the revolution came to die
 
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May 2016
The Syrian desert city now recaptured from ISIS has a long affinity with St Petersburg, and the Hermitage will be vital to its restoration
 
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March 2014
The star of Pussy Riot combines beauty and charisma with quiet courage and a remarkable mind
 
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October 2013
For Vladimir Putin, Syria is as much a question of religion as of arms sales; in his eyes, Assad protects Syria’s ancient Christian communities
 
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About Rachel Polonsky
Rachel Polonsky is a lecturer in the Department of Slavonic Studies at Cambridge and a Fellow of Murray Edwards College. She is the author of Molotov's Magic Lantern: A Journey in Russian History (Faber).
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