Howard Amos

Howard Amos is Senior Editor at The Calvert Journal and a MA student at SSEES. Prior to this he spent 7 years as a journalist in Moscow, reporting from across Russia and the former Soviet Union. His work has been featured in publications including The Guardian, Associated Press, Newsweek and Politico. Follow him on Twitter here.

Chess bar opens in Moscow Stalin-era skyscraper

Chess bar opens in Moscow Stalin-era skyscraper

Russian doctors get English language lessons ahead of the World Cup

Russian doctors get English language lessons ahead of the World Cup

Cultural twists: literary references in Ulyukayev’s last words explained

Cultural twists: literary references in Ulyukayev’s last words explained

Russian Film Week to open on Sunday in London

Russian Film Week to open on Sunday in London

Six Czech men arrested in Astana for posing in skimpy Borat outifts

Six Czech men arrested in Astana for posing in skimpy Borat outifts

Longstanding editor-in-chief of Russia’s Novaya Gazeta to step down

Longstanding editor-in-chief of Russia’s Novaya Gazeta to step down

Controversial film Matilda to be made into television series

Controversial film Matilda to be made into television series

Tbilisi erects a segment of the Berlin Wall in city centre

Tbilisi erects a segment of the Berlin Wall in city centre

Netflix commissions series on the fall of the Romanovs

Netflix commissions series on the fall of the Romanovs

Exhibition on post-Soviet raves to open in Kiev

Exhibition on post-Soviet raves to open in Kiev

Milan Kundera novel published for the first time in Czech Republic

Milan Kundera novel published for the first time in Czech Republic

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova releases Pussy Riot music video about police violence

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova releases Pussy Riot music video about police violence

Tretyakov Gallery blames hackers after posting messages in support of Navalny

Tretyakov Gallery blames hackers after posting messages in support of Navalny

Exhibition of light dedicated to Russian Revolution centenary opens in Perm

Exhibition of light dedicated to Russian Revolution centenary opens in Perm

The future of cycling? Croatian firm unveils production-ready e-bike

The future of cycling? Croatian firm unveils production-ready e-bike

Russian law restricting VPN use goes into force

Russian law restricting VPN use goes into force

Calvert 22 Space to host live performance of Dostoevsky’s Demons

Calvert 22 Space to host live performance of Dostoevsky’s Demons

Lonely Planet names Georgia top 2018 travel destination

Lonely Planet names Georgia top 2018 travel destination

Head of Russian Academic Youth Theatre arrested as Serebrennikov case expands

Head of Russian Academic Youth Theatre arrested as Serebrennikov case expands

Hermitage re-starts clocks stopped at the moment Bolsheviks seized power

Hermitage re-starts clocks stopped at the moment Bolsheviks seized power

Matilda premieres in Russia amid controversy and arrests

Matilda premieres in Russia amid controversy and arrests

Belgrade’s Contemporary Art Museum re-opens after 10-year, scandal-hit renovation

Belgrade’s Contemporary Art Museum re-opens after 10-year, scandal-hit renovation

Storytelling conference featuring psychiatrists and journalists to open in Bucharest

Storytelling conference featuring psychiatrists and journalists to open in Bucharest

Björk to give concerts in Tbilisi with the Georgian Philharmonic Orchestra

Björk to give concerts in Tbilisi with the Georgian Philharmonic Orchestra

Pavlensky moved to psychiatric facility after Paris arson stunt

Pavlensky moved to psychiatric facility after Paris arson stunt

Winning design announced for new Leningrad Siege museum

Winning design announced for new Leningrad Siege museum

Pushkin House to launch Russian poets-in-exile exhibition with Alexander Brodsky pavilion

Pushkin House to launch Russian poets-in-exile exhibition with Alexander Brodsky pavilion

Dmitri Prigov exhibition to open at Calvert 22 Space on Thursday 12 October

Dmitri Prigov exhibition to open at Calvert 22 Space on Thursday 12 October

The Calvert Journal scoops silver Lovie Award

The Calvert Journal scoops silver Lovie Award

First collection of Russian contemporary art writing to launch in London

First collection of Russian contemporary art writing to launch in London

Russian ballerinas dance 32 fouettés in support of controversial film Matilda

Russian ballerinas dance 32 fouettés in support of controversial film Matilda

Riot Days review: Maria Alyokhina’s memoir is a call to arms against corruption and injustice

Riot Days review: Maria Alyokhina’s memoir is a call to arms against corruption and injustice

St Isaac’s protests: why there’s more at stake than one St Petersburg landmark

St Isaac’s protests: why there’s more at stake than one St Petersburg landmark