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"Sometimes there is a desire to remain silent about something, to not have a falling out, but this is the wrong strategy. Conversations, conversations, and more conversations. Find out from the get-go who cannot put up with what, for whom some moments are unacceptable, what responsibilities and rights you will have, and so on.”
An often-overlooked high-seas tale of swashbuckling adventure, empire, and exchange between Russia and Japan.
“Everything in the world displeases me, but, above all, my displeasure in everything displeases me.”
This week Russians get diet advice, the president of Belarus gets kicked out of a neighboring country, and even cats aren't excused from social distancing.
Russia has fallen under suspicion for testing what some say is an anti-satellite weapon.
The newly-released 2020 Global Peace Index has some surprising findings.
The US President's decree on lunar resource extraction has the Russian space community crying foul.
If Russia has its way, NATO training would be postponed. Not because of coronavirus, but to preserve the memory of the dead of World War II.
In a surprising move that has shocked international pundits, Secretary of State John Kerry today announced he has arranged the de-annexation of Crimea by Russia.
What can we learn about Russia, now and throughout history, from its poetry? This month we try to find out, with help from The Penguin Book of Russian Poetry, to be released later this month, as reviewed in the Nov/Dec issue of Russian Life.
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