Dan Peleschuk

Dan Peleschuk is a GlobalPost Senior Correspondent based in Moscow, where he has lived since 2011 and covered, among other things, Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency and the rise and fall of the opposition movement. His work has featured in outlets such as The Christian Science Monitor, The Guardian Weekly, The National and Voice of America, as well as others. Previously, he was a freelance journalist in Kyiv, Ukraine, and before that, a metro correspondent at The Boston Globe. He holds an M.A. from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

Banning Germany’s neo-Nazis is harder than you might think

Here’s what the US stands to lose if Europe tightens its borders

Why Germans are resisting a ‘cashless future’

In Moldova, even the ‘good guys’ are accused of corruption

How Ukraine’s wild and crazy rich kids get away with everything — even killing people

Russian police published a hilarious guide to taking selfies without killing yourself

War-torn Ukraine’s craft beer makers defy the odds

Repression in Uzbekistan grows — you won’t believe what they just banned.

Welcome to Tajikistan, where celebrating your birthday is a crime

Watch these Russian LGBT activists win a rare victory against Russia’s most prominent anti-gay campaigner

Oddly enough, Moscow is becoming ‘European’

Think it’s just Putin who runs Russia? Guess again

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