Winter Military World Games start in Sochi1
22.02.2017 3rd CISM Winter Military World Games start in Sochi today.
Winter Military World Games start in Sochi
Latvian President: Non-citizens’ children should gain citizenship 2
22.02.2017 "Non-citizens’ children should gain citizenship", Latvian President claimed.
Latvian President: Non-citizens’ children should gain citizenship
Russia celebrates Mother Language Day3
21.02.2017 Russia celebrates International Mother Language Day
Russia celebrates Mother Language Day
Russia’s Permanent Representative to UN Vitaly Churkin died 4
21.02.2017 Russian diplomat Vitaly Churkin suddenly dies in his New York office.
Russia’s Permanent Representative to UN Vitaly Churkin died
Russian Maslenitsa will come to the British Parliament5
20.02.2017 Traditional Maslenitsa, the Butter Week Russian culture festival starts in London.
Russian Maslenitsa will come to the British Parliament
Traditional Russian clothing is slowly, and imperceptibly to many, returning to everyday use. Even if one doesn’t yet hear the creak of valenki along the dirty city snow or notice designs inspired by sarafans on fashionable dresses, this tendency has already been noticeable in design studios and shops for several years now.
The Russian diaspora in the USA has been shaped by several different currents — coming from Europe, China, and South America. What brings these people together? Why was there a pressing need to found the Congress of Russian Americans, which sees the fight against Russophobia as one of its main tasks? The President of the Congress of Russian Americans, Natalie Sabelnik, explains.
As a public figure, producer, businesswoman, patron, and participant in a multitude of philanthropic endeavors, Marina Kovalyov is one of the primary “movers” of the American Russian-speaking community.
States wage war not only with weapons, but also by spreading disparaging rumors. Russia has experienced this for centuries and continues to do so. The dissemination of the “Potemkin village” tale is the most successful negative “PR campaign” in history. This myth has kept going for over two hundred years.
Last Friday, University of Helsinki honoured a famous academician, Russianist, retiring professor Arto Mustajoki, who headed the Department of Russian Language and Literature at the University of Helsinki. Mustajoki is also the President of International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and the Dean at Faculty of Arts of the University of Helsinki.
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