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Julia Goriacheva Aleksei Rodzianko is the director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia and the great-grandson of the last Chairman of the tsarist State Duma, Mikhail Rodzianko. We spoke with him about what happened with his family after their exile from Russia, the Russian émigré community in America, and Russo-American relations. Photo: RIA News Agency – Mr. Rodzianko, we are meeting on the cusp of the century anniversary of the revolution, which is also the century anniversary of the emigration. Please remind our readers how your family ended...

12.08.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Общество

Svetlana Smetanina This summer Russian and foreign travelers are taking on a new tour route—the Golden Ring of the Tomsk district. Andrei Efremov, a member of the working group for promoting the development of tourism in the Siberian Federal District, promises that this is only the beginning of opening up Siberia to mass tourism. Plans for the near future include the establishment of an even grander tour route: the Golden Ring of Siberia. Photo: Evgeny Kozhevnikov/rgotomsk.com “The working name for our new tourism project is the Golden Ring of Siberia,” says Andrei Efremov....

07.08.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Travel

Julia Goriacheva This year the renowned New York-based The New Review, whose founding was spearheaded by Ivan Bunin, celebrates its 75th anniversary. Over the decades, this publication has become a real cultural phenomenon of the Russian émigré community. We spoke with the journal’s editor-in-chief, Marina Mikhailovna Adamovich, about what defines this publication today. – The New Review, which unites the Russian-speaking diaspora of many countries and nationalities, marks its 75th anniversary this year. How was it founded? – The journal’s first issue came out in January 1942 in New York,...

29.07.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Svetlana Smetanina A guest at the conference celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Ataman of the Associated Cossack Community in Australia and founder of the first Russian Museum in Australia, Mikhail Ovchinnikov, tells us how the Russophone diaspora in Australia took shape. – Please tell us about the most dramatic lives of Russian emigrants in Australia: How did they manage to distinguish themselves? – The Russian presence in Australia began 210 years ago, with the arrival of the sloop Neva in 1807. The influx of Russian immigrants to Australia mainly occurred after great political and...

07.07.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Editors of Russkiy Mir – You are a Professor of Russian at Jawaharlal Nehru University. How much demand is there for Russian among Indian students today? How widespread is it? – In India today the Russian language is very popular among Indian students. As a result, this language is taught in more than 40 universities, located in the north, west, south, and east of India. But only in our Center of Russian Studies (CRS JNU) does there exist a five-year intensive course in the Russian language. – What motivates students to learn Russian? – After finishing our Russian language curriculum,...

02.07.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: RussianLanguage

Svetlana Smetanina Today, nearly 11 thousand Syrian schoolchildren study the Russian language. Instructors for these students are trained in the Russian Language Department of Damascus University, where our compatriot Svetlana Rodygin teaches. She also participated in the Russkiy Mir Foundation anniversary conference. In an interview, she tells us how things have worked out for Russian women who have found themselves in Syria during these difficult wartimes.  Svetlana Rodygina (left) in the studio of the Syrian Ministry of Education Teaching Channel Svetlana Rodygina is a philologist and...

22.06.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: RussianLanguage

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