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As the world reels from the horrific, criminal events being perpetrated in Ukraine by Vladimir Putin, the Russian state, and the Russian military, all of us who nurture a love for Russian people, their culture and history, have been heartbroken. It is not easy to remain a Russophile when suddenly, all across the globe, the adjective “Russian” has become toxic.
While state censor Roskomnadzor objects to the terms attack, invasion, or war being used for the Russian "special military operation" in Ukraine, average Russians are showing their disapproval.
A burgeoning new (joke) media company is founded by none other than Russia's top rapper, Morgenshtern.
"Yes, we growl and bite. Yes, we have sharp teeth and strong grip. But we are the prerequisite for progress. We are the antidote against tyranny."
One brave Russian journalist has done great service for the world’s population of domestic cats by taste-testing their vittles.
Russia's independent press faces innumerable pressures. Former Russian Life Editor Mikhail Ivanov (1995–2003) describes how economic issues have long plagued the Russian media system.
Pressure on independent journalism, champagne importers, and some Olympics and architectural news.
The President of Belarus is the subject of a new corruption investigation from Radio Free Europe.
As the stories for this issue coalesced, I realized that all of our long feature stories were actually about the same thing: the power of language and the elusiveness of truth.
A street in Kyiv is being renamed in honor of a journalist who helped expose Soviet Ukraine’s deathly famine.
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