If you haven’t lived in a communist regime, the basics of economy in such a country as Cuba do seem utterly strange, perhaps even idiotic. The reason for that is—they are. Cuba is a totalitarian country and most of its … Continue reading →
Back in the 1940ies, Graham Greene wrote the first version of his story that later became known as “Our Man in Havana”. Interestingly though, the first version of the story was set in 1938, in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, … Continue reading →
Sten Hankewitz. New York, NY.
Novelist, writer, and editor. Journalist at heart. Graphomaniac. A lot of thoughts.
Fiscally conservative; laissez-faire capitalist. Socially liberal; defender of individual rights.
Jewish, reasonably religious. A firm believer in religious freedom.
Historian. Geostrategy analyst with particular interest and expertise in American, European and Middle Eastern politics.
Everything posted here is my personal opinion and not of any organization I am affiliated with.
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My name is Sten Hankewitz and I am a novelist, journalist and editor. Most of my life I've worked in the media, writing and editing for many different media outlets. Among others, I've worked for Roubini Global Economics, where I edited a diverse range of economic analysis, and wrote compelling geostrategy reports. Learn More >
In 2015, I published my debut novel, "Catch the Harpy," that is available on Amazon.