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Peter Pomeranzev's writing has been praised as the most incisive about Russia. He has written for London Review of Books, Newsweek, Le Monde Diplomatique, El Pais and Internationale. Apart from media he has worked as a consultant for the EU and World Bank on development projects in Russia.