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18 November 2018


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66 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

Church at War

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2018
Ukraine will soon have its own independent Orthodox church, fueled by the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
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Clean and Comfortable

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2018
Bloggers and twitterers this fall, in the lead-up to the mayoral elections, were effusive in their praise of Moscow living conditions. Was it real or staged?
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Hired Guns

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2018
The deaths in July under mysterious circumstances of three Russian journalists in the Central African Republic (CAR) has refocused attention on Russian mercenaries in foreign lands.
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Jumping Ship

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2018
This summer Russia’s biggest rock music festival, Nashestvie, faced cancellations by a number of artists who were protesting the festival’s increasing cooperation with the Russian military.
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Bike Like and Egyptian

Russian Life: July/August 2018
A short look at one very avid football (soccer) fan, who rode his bike all the way from Egypt to Russia for the World Cup.
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Musical Ministerial Chairs

Russian Life: July/August 2018
After President Putin was reelected there was a government reshuffling. But very little new blood.
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Send in the Clones

Russian Life: July/August 2018
There is something disturbingly similar about the new crop of Russian governors...
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War on Art

Russian Life: July/August 2018
A crazed man defacing the famous painting of Ivan the Terrible and his son is but the latest twist in the ongoing debate about the role of Ivan the Terrible in Russian history.
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Harrass at Will

Russian Life: May/June 2018
On why #metoo is not taking hold in Russia.
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Pattern of Tragedies

Russian Life: May/June 2018
On the mall fire disaster in Kemerovo and how the system is doing nothing to prevent the next disaster of this type.
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