Russian and Iranian presidents discuss perspectives of economic development growth1
29.03.2017 The meeting of presidents of the Russian Federation and Islamic Republic of Iran was held in Moscow.
Russian and Iranian presidents discuss perspectives of economic development growth
Andrey Konchalovsky receives the main Nika film award2
29.03.2017 Paradise by Andrey Konchalovsky receives The Best Director and The Best Film prizes at the Nika Award
Andrey Konchalovsky receives the main Nika film award
Lavrov: we will not leave Donbass in danger3
28.03.2017 Russia is doing its best to prevent escalation of violence in Donbass, states Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Lavrov: we will not leave Donbass in danger
Vodyanova publishes a petition for Julia Samoilova4
28.03.2017 Supermodel Natalia Vodyanova stands up for banned Eurovision participant Julia Samoilova.
Vodyanova publishes a petition for Julia Samoilova
Russia: Western mass media kept silent about Mosul tragedy 5
28.03.2017 Interpretation by the western mass media of the situation in Mosul, Iraq, is a bright example of double standard policy.
Russia: Western mass media kept silent about Mosul tragedy
The family became a subject of academic study not so long ago — in the 19th century. Nonetheless, research on the family comes out with impressive regularity. There’s nothing surprising about this: families are what make up a society. When you study the history of a particular family, you inadvertently come to know the history of a generation. What did the typical Russian family look like before the beginning of modernization in the 20th century?..
“Petersburg grew atop the bones of its builders”—this myth is so persistent in both popular opinion and the work of historians who don’t specifically study this topic that it has hardly been discussed seriously until very recently. Meanwhile, this story has a few interesting twists in it.
The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Kingdom of the Netherlands Alexander Shulgin talks about the present and the future of the bilateral Russian-Dutch relations, the “Nexit”, the Russian hackers and the compatriots in the Netherlands.
How do foreign readers perceive Russian literature? Russians know their classics – Pushkin, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Bulgakov – and have favorite contemporary authors – but what about foreigners? We decided to gather authentic reviews from typical readers, and it revealed a whole array of opinions: ecstatic, negative, perplexed, ironic…
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