April 19, 2014

Bizarre Sci-Fi a Window into the Kremlin?

Yuliya Komska, Pacific Standard

The Associated Press

Over the past five years, Vladimir Putin’s presidential aide has been publishing fiction under an alias. Desperate for answers, commentators are trying hard to find some meaning in all of the madness.

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