New Eastern Europe – November 2011
November 8, 2011 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter
Welcome to the November 2011 newsletter!
It's been a month since the very first issue of New Eastern Europe was published, and here at the NEE editorial office we are already busy with putting together the second issue (Jan-March 2012). Look for articles on the current situation in Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia and Russia as well as a special report from South Ossetia. We don’t want to give too much away just yet. We hope you are still enjoying the first issue!
In addition to the print edition, our web site (www.neweasterneurope.eu) features online articles and columns which are only available online.
You can also meet our authors here.
We also are pleased to announce our columnists for New Eastern Europe online who write regularly for our website:
Andrew Wilson, Senior Fellow for the European Council on Foreign Relations, writes a weekly blog called This Week in the East.
Dmitry Babich, a Russian journalist, will be starting his column called Inside Russia this month!
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On November 6th, Shana Penn was in Krakow to discuss, “Democracy's secret: comparing the role of women in Solidarity with women of the Arab Spring”. The meeting took place at Massolit Books on ul. Felicjanek 4 and Shana lead a discussion on the role of women in defeating authoritarian regimes. The event was a real success and you can find the photos on our website. We really hope to have more author events in the coming months, so please keep checking our website and Facebook page for more information. Or if there is an author that you would particularly like to see in Krakow, please let us know!