Also by Natalya Golitsina
September 25, 2017
Historian Anne Applebaum Details Stalin's War Against Ukraine: 'I Believe It Was Genocide'
The latest book by Pulitzer Prize-winning American historian Anne Applebaum sheds new light on one of the seminal events in Ukrainian history – the deadly famine of 1932-33 that Ukrainians call the Holodomor.
February 05, 2017
A Century Later, Faberge Still Dazzles
A century ago, Faberge produced its last legendary Easter egg. The following year, in 1918, in the early days of Russia's Bolshevik Revolution, the legendary Russian jewelry firm was nationalized and destroyed. The Faberge family and many of the firm's masterpieces found refuge in the West, where the firm's legacy is being preserved today.
July 19, 2015
Thirty Years Later, Soviet-Era MI6 Double Agent Describes Escape From KGB
Thirty years after MI6 double agent Oleg Gordiyevsky, a colonel in the KGB, escaped from the Soviet Union, the man regarded as the West's most valuable Cold War intelligence asset tells RFE/RL the tale of his escape.
April 02, 2014
Photos Link Yanukovych’s Troops To Maidan Massacre
Who really killed 53 antigovernment protesters in Kyiv's Independence Square on February 20? A U.S. journalist who recently published an investigative report on the incident says the evidence points to ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s security service, whose troops were also seen in RFE/RL video aiming and firing at protesters.