“It was the actions of Russia that really put Bellingcat on the map.” Sarah Hurst reviews Eliot Higgins’ ‘We Are Bellingcat: An Intelligence Agency for the People’

3 February 2021 by Sarah Hurst Sarah Hurst reviews: We Are Bellingcat: An Intelligence Agency for the People, by Eliot Higgins, Bloomsbury Publishing, London, 2021, 272pp, ISBN 9781526615725. In the…

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Sarah Hurst reviews ‘Toxic: A History of Nerve Agents, from Nazi Germany to Putin’s Russia’ by Dan Kaszeta

22 October 2020 By Sarah Hurst Sarah Hurst reviews: Toxic: A History of Nerve Agents, from Nazi Germany to Putin’s Russia by Dan Kaszeta, Hurst Publishers, London, 2020, 404pp, ISBN…

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Sarah Hurst reviews ‘Life Went on Anyway,’ a collection of stories by Oleg Sentsov

7 July 2020 by Sarah Hurst Sarah Hurst reviews Life Went On Anyway, by Oleg Sentsov, translated by Uilleam Blacker, Deep Vellum, 2019. ISBN 9781941920879 This slim collection of autobiographical…

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