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The Great Stand on the Ugra River, a confrontation in the autumn of 1480, has come to be known as an emblematic moment in Russian history. Yet things are not always what they seem.
The newly-released 2020 Global Peace Index has some surprising findings.
On this day in 1840, one of the greatest composers of all time was born: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
On the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, we offer two excerpts from a new translation of Viktor Nekrasov’s In the Trenches of Stalingrad.
On this day in 1564, one of Terrible's most trusted confidantes defected. But they kept in touch.
30 restored T-34 tanks have arrived in Moscow and now await Victory Day.
Russian history is interesting. Not always beautiful, not always glorious, but almost always... interesting.
On the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, we review the final events leading to its outbreak in 1939.
Pavel Lungin’s controversial film Братство is nothing new, but its political context is — and that’s what makes it so dangerous.
Winter break is known to be a difficult time for Russia: to cope with all that time off, many flock to the cinema. This holiday season's most popular movie? It's about tanks.
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