L. Todd Wood is the publisher of Creative Destruction Media and editor-in-chief of Tsarism. He's also a longtime columnist for Washington Times, where he writes under Threat Assessment.
Baruch Pletner, PhD, MBA
The Hi-Tech Traditionalist - Baruch Pletner is an entrepreneur, a scientist, an inventor, and a private pilot.
Humphrey Hawksley's work as a BBC foreign correspondent has taken him to crises on every continent. He was expelled from Sri Lanka, opened the BBC’s television bureau in China, arrested in Serbia and initiated a global campaign against enslaved children in the chocolate industry. The campaign continues today.
Contributor, Roving Reporter
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Freedom Fighter, Political Activist, Former US Congressional Candidate, Writer, Foreign Policy & Political Analyst, Contributor to I24English, World Traveler, lived 6 yrs in Europe, 7 yrs in Middle East, Show Casing overlooked and under reported stories, Host of ‘Freedom’s Voice from Around the Globe’.
Vincent W. J. van Gerven Oei
Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei is a philologist, curator, and publisher. His three-volume work "Lapidari" (punctum books, 2015) provides the first complete overview of socialist monumentality in Albania. Over the years his reporting has focused on the relations between the EU and Albania, the justice reform process, and developments in public space and the arts in Albania.
Dr. Seth J. Frantzman is a researcher and journalist based in Jerusalem, and is the Oped Editor of The Jerusalem Post.
Alice is a freelance writer, journalist, and blogger. She was born in England and after graduating in law, moved to Malta, and then Cyprus, before settling in Albania. She writes on topics such as European law, technology and finance, but after moving to Albania she felt inspired to start writing about Balkans travel and culture.
Joseph Hammond is a journalist and former Cairo correspondent for Radio Free Europe. He has written on issues ranging from boxing to international relations on four continents. He has also worked as a consultant on development issues and received a Fulbright fellowship to work with the government of Malawi.
Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna contributed feature pieces and op-eds on Swiss and Liechtenstein banking issues for The Wall Street Journal Europe while based in Vienna, Austria; she also authored a column, ‘Swiss Watch.’ for the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Her geopolitical and cultural reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Economist, The Imaginative Conservative and the journal of the Council on Foreign Relations, Foreign Affairs. She began as a reporter covering the wars of the former Yugoslavia for the WSJ, resulting in her first published non-fiction work.
J (Johannes) Froebel-Parker
J (Johannes) Froebel-Parker is the author of Ahnentafel Series Books, based on genealogy and historical research concerning characters from his maternal and paternal family trees including Friedrich Froebel, founder of Kindergarten.
Mariam is a devoted liberty activist and works with NGOs, activist groups, and grassroots movements in the South Caucasus region and throughout Europe.
Dick Morris is President Clinton's former strategist and a commentator on public affairs. He has consulted on the campaigns of more than thirty Senators and Governors and fourteen heads of state throughout the world.
Kozeta Çika is the Bureau Chief for Tsarizm in the Balkans. She won the Liberty Award at the Libertarian International World Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland 2013, for her work in favor of freedom in the Western Balkans.
Polina-Victoria studied Art History at Moscow University (HSE). She has experience working as a guide in the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art, as well as supporting the Alexander Aizenshat’s exhibition as a curator. She has visited many cultural events in Moscow and is a fixture on the local art circuit.
My name is Nikoo Amini and I’m currently residing in Europe, where I am the editor a number of Iran news websites namely irannewswire.org. Our goal is to publish the latest news from Iran for the general public and the media.
Hassan Mahmoudi is a human rights advocate, specializing in political and economic issues relating to Iran and the Middle East. @hassan_mahmou1
Josh Friedman is an American journalist currently based in Bulgaria. He reports for the investigative news publication CalCoastNews and is an editor and correspondent for Bulgaria Analytica, as well as the publisher of the site FreeManPost.
IRENA SHABANI Is an Albanian freelance journalist and human rights activist specialising in investigative journalism. She co-founded Panorama, the leading newspaper in Albania, where she served as managing editor from 2002 to 2003.
Keti graduated from the film directing faculty at the Belgium Film Academy. Today she works at the Public Relations Department of the Georgian National Museum.
Liza works as a Local Coordinator for International NGO Students for Liberty in Georgia. She is involved in many activist groups regarding a variety of problematic issues in the country.
Octavian Bodorin is a freelance conference interpreter and translator based in Moldova. He is providing high quality interpretation and translation services to various customers among which are the World Bank, IMF, UNDP.
Vagabond Girl can't use her name for business reasons. However, she travels extensively through the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and writes gloriously intelligent travel articles.
Qeti is from Tbilisi, Georgia. Today, she works in Georgian Public Broadcaster as a TV Show Producer.
Yaël Ossowski is a journalist and informational entrepreneur. He's currently deputy director at the Consumer Choice Center, and senior development officer for Students For Liberty. He lives in Vienna, Austria.
Tbel Abuseridze is from Batumi, Georgia. As a freelance blogger, he has written for multiple web-magazines, such as National Geographic, Mediachecker, Radio Free Europe, and contributed to BBC articles about Georgia and the Caucasus.
Kareen Botane is a writer for the Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis. mideastcenter.org
Alex Grinberg is a writer for the Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis. mideastcenter.org
Grigol Turabelidze is from Tbilisi, Georgia. After the change in government in 1992, he became a devoted activist in politics. Grigol confronted the regime of Shevardnadze and “Mkhedrioni” while working for an illegal newspaper in Georgia. Since 1995 he lives in Germany as a political refugee.
Bledar is a specialist in comparative politics, specialised on the Balkans. He holds a BA in political Science for the University of Tirana, a Master’s degree from the Department of Economics and Management at Padua University (Italy) and a M.A. from the Graduate School of Political Science at Waseda University (Japan). He is based in Albania.
Johannes Estrada is a young economist in Albania. After studying and working abroad, he has returned back to his home country, with the desire and ambition to contribute on its progress and growth. He began writing on economic and political issues initially as a hobby, but it grew into a desire to change the underlying problems which hindered his country.
He uses a pen name, as repercussions for those who stray from the government line in Albania, are usually severe and problematic for one's career and livelihood.
S. R. Mogck
S. R. is a West Asian streets combat veteran, a former Infantry & U.S. Army Tactical HUMINT, Federal Contractor, GS13. He now is a private contractor.
Bruno is an experienced government official from Bosnia and Herzegovina with a demonstrated history of working in the areas of law enforcement, criminal justice, and anti-terrorism.