QS BRICS University ranking has 10 Russian universities in Top 50 list 1
23.11.2017 Lomonosov MSU enters Top 5 university BRICS countries' ranking according to Quacquarelli Symonds.
QS BRICS University ranking has 10 Russian universities in Top 50 list
Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in German-Russian relations discussed in Berlin 2
23.11.2017 NGO's role conference comprises more than 80 German organizations and unions.
Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in German-Russian relations discussed in Berlin
Russian Opera Singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky dies3
22.11.2017 Renounced Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky has died in London after the extended disease.
Russian Opera Singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky dies
Putin and Trump discuss settling conflicts in Syria and Ukraine 4
22.11.2017 leaders of the two countries discussed issues Syria and Eastern Ukraine over the phone.
Putin and Trump discuss settling conflicts in Syria and Ukraine
Russian Language Week opens in Berlin5
21.11.2017 Russian Language Week attract more interest in Russian language and culture abroad.
Russian Language Week opens in Berlin
The icebreaker, backpack parachute, tramcar, and foam fire extinguisher—all of these things have long belonged to the list of human achievements. Most people don’t know that they owe their existence to Russian inventors. At the turn of the twentieth century, Russia had one of the strongest schools of inventors in the world, although in many ways it developed in spite of circumstances. We discussed this topic with Tim Skorenko, the author of the book Invented in Russia and editor-in-chief of the Popular Mechanics website.
The idea for the Teacher for Russia program originated with two graduates from Saint Petersburg State University, Alena Makovich and Elena Yarmanova after they came across Teach for All, a major international network of nongovernmental social enterprises. Four years have passed since then, and this year the Russian program celebrated its first graduating class.
7 November marked the centennial of the October Revolution—an event that, whatever you think of it, has done much to define the entire twentieth century. And of course, the main figure in these epoch-making events was Vladimir Ilich Lenin. We have attempted to “interview” the Bolshevik leader so that he might explain how he related to the tasks of revolution, politics, morality, and other questions that are important to us all.
Poland appears frequently in the Russian informational space, but sadly, it appears almost every time for a painful reason. This results in a corresponding tone for discussions in online forums. Of course, even a passing familiarity with these forums will show that a typical Russian, especially a young one, does not have a high level of knowledge about Poland (to say the least). And this is too bad, since Russo-Polish relations are very instructive.
150 years ago, on 18 October 1867, a ceremony was held to transfer Alaska into the jurisdiction of the United States. This was possible on account of an agreement signed by Russia and the United States of North America.
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