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1. People Like Us

The features in this issue have something in common. And it's not necessarily what you might expect.

Tags: expats, us-russian relations, russophiles
2. Famous People Who Studied Russian

Studying Russian and finding it a bit challenging? You are not alone. Check out our list of famous people who have studied Russian, and find some fellow-sufferers...

Tags: immigration, Russians, us-russian relations
By Letitia Rydjeski
3. US-Russia Sister Cities

We mapped all the US cities paired with a Russian city, and to our surprise, the map looks like Putin's profile.

Tags: us-russian relations, city, sister cities
By The Editors
4. How Much Worse?

How much worse can US-Russian relations get? Don't ask.

Tags: us-russian relations
5. Famous Americans with Russian Roots

America is a land built by immigrants. We researched famous Americans with Russian roots and offer this compilation.

Tags: immigration, Russians, us-russian relations
By Letitia Rydjeski
6. What a Difference a Decade Makes

We will send two photojournalists – one American, one Russian – on a month-long road trip down “The Spine of Russia,” to gather the story of modern Russia, to talk to Russians about what they think about America and Americans...

Tags: travel, us-russian relations, society
By Paul E. Richardson
7. Our First Cold War

When the Editors at Russian Life asked me to write about how my friends and I (“the younger generation”) view the current state of Russian-American relations, given the events of 2014, I honestly had to pause and think about it.

Tags: us-russian relations, cold war, putin, youth
By Yulia Berenberg

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