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100 years on
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100 years on
What difference Russia's revolution makes to our freedom today

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June 2017 | SAGE Publications Ltd

In our latest issue, we look at the impact of the Russia revolution of 1917 on the world today. From propaganda, film and literature as well as politics our correspondents report from all corners of the globe including Uzbekistan, China, Russia and Turkey. Writers for this issue include David Aaronovitch on film, Khrushchev's great grand daughter Nina Khrushcheva on living in the USA, and an interview with author Margaret Atwood on a free speech wall, science censorship and her childhood in the wilderness.