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Maria Antonova was born in Moscow and lived for several years in the United States, studying at the University of Washington. She relocated back to Moscow to pursue journalism and has traveled extensively throughout Russia and the former Soviet Union. In addition to her duties as Russian Life's Managing Editor (since 2007), she is a correspondent for Agence France Presse
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2017 Editor Maria Antonova headed off to the mountains of the Altai to learn about a project that monitors rare snow leopards. We get to tag along. Author: Maria Antonova Illustrations/Images:Maria Antonova
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2015 It seems the more removed in time the USSR becomes, the more nostalgia grows for its symbols and traditions. Increasingly, these elements are worming their way back into Russian life. If they ever left.
Author: Maria Silina Translator:Maria Antonova
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2014 As summer turned into fall, a series of highly public spats broke out in Russia, with celebrities and cultural figures demonstrating deeply polarized attitudes about the crisis in Ukraine, the Kremlin, and history. Author: Maria Antonova
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2014 While Russia encourages "federalization" in Ukraine, it is jailing persons who dare call for decentralization at home, even if they are only using humor to make a point. Author: Maria Antonova