Josh Nadeau

Josh Nadeau is a writer and hitchhiker who focuses on East Europe, tech, conflict and culture. He divides his time between St. Petersburg, Georgia and the Balkans.

Golden Coal: the zine capturing the lives of Donbas’ youth in the midst of war

Golden Coal: the zine capturing the lives of Donbas’ youth in the midst of war

Gram, interrupted: why Telegram founder Pavel Durov’s new cryptocurrency could be in jeopardy

Gram, interrupted: why Telegram founder Pavel Durov’s new cryptocurrency could be in jeopardy

Infinite Jest comes to Russia. Why translators finally took on the ‘untranslatable’ novel

Infinite Jest comes to Russia. Why translators finally took on the ‘untranslatable’ novel

Eastern partners: the Russian-Chinese film collaborations trying to hit the big time

Eastern partners: the Russian-Chinese film collaborations trying to hit the big time

Russia at the Oscars: a journey down the red carpet, from War and Peace to Zvyagintsev

Russia at the Oscars: a journey down the red carpet, from War and Peace to Zvyagintsev

Pamir: exploring the ‘roof of the world’ in remote Tajikistan

Pamir: exploring the ‘roof of the world’ in remote Tajikistan

5 stunning road trips from Montenegro to Mongolia

5 stunning road trips from Montenegro to Mongolia

Yugoslavia’s Black Wave: how a nation’s cinema went from Socialist Realism to sexual revolution

Yugoslavia’s Black Wave: how a nation’s cinema went from Socialist Realism to sexual revolution

Classic Soviet TV: heroes, enemies and the legacy of the USSR’s most popular series

Classic Soviet TV: heroes, enemies and the legacy of the USSR’s most popular series

Copycat cinema: 5 Hollywood films the Russians did first

Copycat cinema: 5 Hollywood films the Russians did first