Tagged: Russia Guide

Interview: Nathan Hamm

A bit of a change of pace this month, as I interview one of the most prominent and, dare I say, senior, Central Asia bloggers, Nathan Hamm. Nathan founded Registan.net way back in 2003,...

Interview: Sean Guillory

Sean’s Russia Blog is one of the older, hardier Russia blogs, having been running now for almost two and a half years. Initially, like most of us, Sean started out as a solo blogger,...

Interview: Copydude

Copydude, a freelance writer with a bit of a thing for Soviet women, splits his time between the UK and Kaliningrad. In a welcome change of pace, he uses his interview to dispense some...

Interview: Michael Averko

Interview: Michael Averko

Mike Averko told me that interviewing La Russophobe wasn’t my finest hour. So, I interviewed Mike as well. Mike doesn’t have a blog of his own, but he does make extensive use of the...

Interview: Tim Newman

Some people fall in love with Russia, and so they move to Moscow. Some people, like me, fall in love with Russia so much that they go and live in Siberia. But Tim Newman...

A note on why I interviewed La Russophobe

A note on why I interviewed La Russophobe

Since posting an interview with La Russophobe on Thursday, I’ve come in for some criticism, both in web comments, and via email. One reader was “absolutely baffled as to why you would actually have...

Interview: La Russophobe

La Russophobe exploded onto the Russian blogging scene in April last year and, since then has been offending Russiophiles left, right and centre with her opinions on Russia. Her views are strong, and she...