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Editor’s office of the Russkiy Mir Foundation internet portal The press-center of the Rossiya Segodnya News Agency presents Poland’s Struggle for Eastern Europe in 1920–2020. The book’s authors believe that the current eastern policy of Poland is a complex blend of old geopolitical concepts and undying national fixations.  Renaissance of old ideas Veronika Krasheninnikova, Director General of Institute for Foreign Policy Research and Initiatives and the book’s publisher, emphasized that the authoring team had aimed to case study Poland’s...

29.06.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Alexandra Beluza Russia Day is celebrated on June 12. 30 years have passed since the signing of the Declaration on State Sovereignty of the RSFSR. This date is especially symbolic on the eve of the constitutional vote. After all, amendments to the Basic Law are not only about social guarantees, the protection of labor rights and the distribution of powers between branches of government. They are also about Russia - about its national interests and values. Photo credit: zaryadyepark.ru On June 12, 1990, the first Congress of People's...

22.06.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Array

Anna Genova Photo credit: _freakwave_ / pixabay.com Amid coronavirus outbreak, America has been taken over by the Black Lives Matter movement that opposes violence against blacks. In various cities across the country, some protesters line up and march against police arbitrariness chanting the name of the deceased George Floyd, others trash shops and supermarkets, and overthrow monuments; there are also those who curse the rebels from the stands. Members of the Russian-speaking community of the United States have been both witnesses and hostages of...

22.06.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Tamara Skok According to contemporaries of Alexander Pushkin, impression that his voice and laughter made on people was one of a kind. We have picked out some memories about meeting Pushkin in his lifetime. Portrait of A. S. Pushkin by Petr Ossovskiĭ, 1987 *** “Soon we sat around him, and he recited us his The Gypsies. We heard this wonderful poem for the first time, and I will never forget the admiration that filled my soul!.. I was delighted by both - the fluent verses of this wonderful poem, as well as his recitation which was so much melodious that I was...

11.06.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

Sergey Vinogradov A videoconference commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Encounter of the Soviet and American armies at the Elbe River brought together historians, political experts, and military officers from a dozen countries of the world. The very first speeches refocused the teleconference bridge and turned it into discussion of current issues, such as the pandemic faced by the world, and the need to join forces in presence of a common threat. Speakers from academic lecture halls and scientific libraries, those wearing space suits and Indian turbans, officers in military uniforms and re-enactors in...

03.05.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: History

Vyacheslav Nikonov Lenin was literary woven of paradoxes. The particularly tragic one was that "the most humane person," as Vladimir Mayakovsky called him, appreciated a humane the least. Vladimir Ulyanov (Lenin) took a prominent place in the pantheon of great and rather paradoxical characters playing the major role in the world history. No other person in our country’s chronicle could be comparable with him in scale of influence on Russia and the world. Up to date, he is probably still one of the most published authors on the planet: by the end of the Soviet period, his works were published in 125...

24.04.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: History

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