October Calendar – Death to World Imperialism!

I’m suffering from a bit of writer’s block when it comes to the blog. The deluge of Russia-related nonsense elsewhere continues, but there’s so much of it that it’s hard to know where to start in tackling it, and it gets a little boring pointing out again and again what’s wrong with this stuff. Besides which, other people are doing so. It would be nice to find something really good to comment on, but where is it to be found? Or perhaps there’s a whole new angle to consider, but it’s hard to think what it might be.

So, in lieu of a larger post, and as it’s the first day of the month, here’s the next poster in my Soviet calendar. ‘Death to World Imperialism’ it says. No doubt some readers will sympathize.

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8 thoughts on “October Calendar – Death to World Imperialism!”

  1. I’m suffering from a bit of writer’s block when it comes to the blog. The deluge of Russia-related nonsense elsewhere continues, but there’s so much of it that it’s hard to know where to start in tackling it, and it gets a little boring pointing out again and again what’s wrong with this stuff. Besides which, other people are doing so.

    I’m in a similar boat when it comes to my blog. Blogging has become harder to do – not because of a lack of material, but because of the sameness of so much of it.

    If there is indeed some good Russia writing out there, it will likely come out of academia. I’m not sure which journals you read, but perhaps Russian Politics and The Russian Review are of interest?

    If you feel like reviewing books, there are also some promising new releases that might be thought-provoking at the very least.

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