Nadja Vancauwenberghe: “I’m not interested in doing something mediocre”
Exberliner turns 20! Co-founder and editor-in-chief Nadja Vancauwenberghe on how the magazine got started, two decades of […]
Nikita Kadan: How culture survives in wartime
From the Venice Biennale, we spoke with Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan about his hybrid artworks and turning […]
Don’t mention the war: Families divided by Putin’s invasion
We spoke with three Russian Berliners whose families are bitterly divided over the war in Ukraine.
Aleksandr Nezhny: “Why did our dwarf start this war?”
Moscow author Aleksandr Nezhny shares his disgust at the sad, sinful war against Ukraine
Ukraine: “Russia was always elected to be the enemy”
INTERVIEW: Is Putin plotting to invade Ukraine, as unanimously suspected by the Western media? Retired CIA analyst Ray […]
Konrad Werner: The EU is REALLY going to show Putin this time
Konrad listened in on a top level EU conference.