Dostoyevsky’s concept of the “Russian Soul” sheds light on Putin’s politics in dealing with the Crimea and Russia’s eastern neighbors.
Time Inc.’s ability to create a multitude of iconic media brands is what gave it the leverage to reject a $1.8 billion buyout bid.
The tale of Grettir the Strong remains one of the most widely known stories in the arctic nation, yet children no longer need to aspire to be as strong as a character from a 14th century saga.
Creating a comedy segment with the framework of “white/Christian person talks to members of a minority group to learn more about their culture” is not flat-out impossible, nor is it doomed to be offensive and unfunny.
Modern Family is doing the same for gay rights. It has generated a dialogue and projected a message that LGBTQ+ individuals can be as loving parents, as happy, and as human as heterosexuals.
What can the dramatization of this well-documented series of events contribute to our understanding of the political issues involved?
Dissecting the popularity of “beach reads”