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What does the rating of RuNet’s most popular blogs have to do with history textbooks? Join us on an excursion into conspiracy theories, falsified history, and government ideology – RuNet’s standard fare!
In honor of International Translation Day (September 30), we demonstrate rather graphically the value of having a good, human translator.
It's back to school time! Has your college Russian gotten a bit rusty? Looking for some fun, useful, but most important effective ways to brush up on your Russian? The internet is here to help!
US News and World Report recommends: "Why not get ahead of the geopolitical curve and study Russian?"
The quantity of great Russian literature titles and translations is virtually endless. Here are a few favorites from the editor.
Historic border accords signed between Russia and China on December 9, 1999. This one of the last major official acts of then President Boris Yeltsin prior to his surprise resignation on December 31.
The tormented and, often, tragic life of Russia's great 19th century author of masterpieces such as The Brothers Karamazov and Crime and Punishment.
Links to a collection of authoritative sites on peasants in Russia's history.
The last Tsarina of Russia and her role in the fall of the dynasty.
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