Wacław Radziwinowicz

reporter, columnist, Russophile
Wacław Radziwinowicz

(b. 1953) – a reporter, a journalist and a Russophile. He obtained a degree in Polish philology in Olsztyn and in journalism at the University of Warsaw. He was the head of the Olsztyn branch of Gazeta Wyborcza from 1992; from 1997 to 2015, he was a correspondent of Gazeta Wyborcza in Russia (later also in Ukraine and Belarus). He is the author of a bestseller Gogol w czasach Google’a [Gogol in the Times of Google, 2013], consisting of correspondence from Russia in the years 1988-2012, and a book Soczi. Igrzyska Putina [Sochi. Putin's Olympic Games, 2014]. He is an expert in Russian culture and politics. He has recently published a reportage book Crème de la Kreml. 172 opowieści o Rosji [Crème de la Kremlin. 172 Stories about Russia, 2016].

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