You’d be surprised how often you hear that Transnistria is a super dangerous country. Continue reading Myth #35: Visiting Transnistria Is Risky and Dangerous
Honestly, it mostly makes me laugh (but it also makes me a bit angry) when I read clickbait shit like Russia Perfecting Its Elections Interference Toolkit in Moldova.
In the past two weeks, the government of Romania has threatened genocide against its own people, left the leader of Japan cooling his heels at a museum like an ordinary tourist, legalized corruption (once again), and seen the downfall of a second prime minister in less than a year. We’ll have to wait another week or so to find out just how bad Romania’s first … Continue reading Dispatches From the Circumlocution Office
If you’re a regular reader, you know that my output has dropped considerably as of late. I definitely apologize for that, and I assure you that it’s never as a result of “writer’s block” or lack of ideas. I’ve just been really busy. First, I picked up a couple of new clients for my day job. Secondly, I’m in the middle of writing a novel … Continue reading Blog Update
After my interesting adventure in Transnistria, I realized that basically, no one knows anything about this country. Excuse me, no one outside the Russian-speaking world. Therefore, I present to you the world’s very first FAQ page for Transnistria, the country that doesn’t exist, except, of course, that it does. Isn’t Transnistria a breakaway republic? Kinda yes and kinda no. Here’s the timeline: 1924 – Transnistria … Continue reading Transnistria FAQ