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Millennials studying Russian will determine the future of U.S.-Russia relations. How they differ from their Sovietologist predecessors.
From the diaries of the US Minister to Russia, George Washington Campbell, 200 years ago.
The features in this issue have something in common. And it's not necessarily what you might expect.
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...
We mapped all the US cities paired with a Russian city, and to our surprise, the map looks like Putin's profile.
How much worse can US-Russian relations get? Don't ask.
America is a land built by immigrants. We researched famous Americans with Russian roots and offer this compilation.
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...
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.
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