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Eric Helque came to Moscow in 1996 to run a training program for Russian journalists. He returned home to France in 1997, only to return to Moscow in 2000. He worked for about five years (in French and English) as a journalist in Moscow for Agence France Presse, Belgian radio and a number of French and American publications, then moved on to South Korea.
Russian Life:Sep/Oct 2004 One of the world’s five northernmost cities really should not be there at all. Norilsk is a dirty, cold outpost that is completely dark or totally sunlit much of the year. So why won’t people stop moving there? Author: Eric Helque Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:May/Jun 2004 When you hear about Russia’s nascent middle class, talk is usually about Muscovites or Petersburgers. But what about Siberians? We sent an intrepid reporter to investigate. Author: Eric Helque
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2004 The vital subtext for March’s election is the battle between the Kremlin and the oligarchs. We walk back through recent history and provide up-to-date profiles of Russia’s weakened robber-barons. Author: Eric Helque Illustrations/Images:Denis Petrulenkov