The former Soviet Union is not the easiest place to work as a publisher, but some have managed to do good work despite the difficulties by Alexei Pankin MOSCOW, Russia–I had assumed that only the best and the brightest publishers from the nations of the former Soviet Union would be allowed to attend the World […]

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