By Aglaya Glebova
At the latest government-sanctioned rally, the greatest challenge was simply staying warm.
On New Year's Eve, a small-scale protest never gets off the ground—thanks to police intervention.
By Dimiter Kenarov
How an '80s-era quack, who claimed he could cure illness through hypnosis, helps explain the Russian psyche.
Our Russian writer and the photographer Maisie Crow rejoin the crowd of more than one hundred thousand in Moscow.
Notes from the author's imprisonment in Belarus.
By Ted Genoways
News agencies are reporting a coordinated series of three explosions in Mumbai.
The regular VQR contributor has been wounded in Libya.
By Elliott D. Woods
A pair of Egyptian tanks had the entrance to the Qasr El-Nil Bridge sealed off, but the mood was relaxed, and no one seemed to notice the arrival of a foreigner toting a camera bag.
By Nadia Shira Cohen
Nadia Shira Cohen talks to the camel drivers who rode into Tahrir Square.
Elliott Woods reports from Cairo.