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Nikolai Dolgopolov is deputy editor-in-chief of Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the largest Russian broadsheet national newspaper, vice-president of the International Sports Press Association, and president of Russia's Federation of Sports Journalists. He has won numerous awards, including an award for Personal Bravery, Courage and Journalistic Skill, for a series of articles from the Chernobyl closed zone.
Russian Life:July/Aug 2010 Rudolph Abel was one of the most accomplished Soviet intelligence agents of
the post-war period - an "illegal" who was legendary, not slipshod and sloppy, like the 11 "illegals" detained in the US in June 2010. Nikolai Dolgopolov peels back the mask to give us a look at Abel’s life and profession through the eyes of his daughter. Author: Nikolai Dolgopolov Translator:Paul E. Richardson Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2008 He lived secretly in the West under deep cover, working in offices, at dry cleaners, as a trade representative. He gathered intelligence deemed critical to the Soviet state. Now, he's talking to us. Author: Nikolai Dolgopolov Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2007 Many consider Vladislav Tretyak to be the best hockey player of the 20th century. We chat with Tretyak about his second act – in an arena where things can get tougher than on the ice: politics. Author: Nikolai Dolgopolov Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:Sep/Oct 2002 In WWII, in Nazi-occupied Kiev, local soccer stars were forced to play several matches against Nazi teams. The price for winning was death; for losing the price was even worse ... Author: Nikolai Dolgopolov