Jonathan is a print, radio, and video journalist. He was based in the Middle East for two years and is now reporting throughout the former Soviet Union. His work has been published by BuzzFeed World, Politico, MSNBC, the International Business Times, the Independent, Vice News, Radio France International, AJ+ and Deutsche Welle. He is an editor at the Moscow Times.
(Radio France International) Since Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, countries close to Russia have been alarmed. Lithuania is no exception. The small nation in northern Europe of nearly 3 million people joined the European Union (EU) and NATO after it gained independence from the Soviet Union 25 years ago. But in response to this perceived threat from Russia, Lithuanians are joining the Riflemen's Union, a paramilitary group with 10,000 members who are preparing to defend the country against a foreign army. Jonathan Brown reports.
(BuzzFeed World) A Palestinian Student Said He Was Tortured And Is Seeking $1 Million In Damages
(AJ+) The Art Of War: Child Refugees Redesign Their Prison Home In Iraq