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Svetlana Salikh was born in Vladimir, studied in Ivanovo and lives in Jordan. Having come here with her husband and five-year-old son, she was quick to realize that when her son grows up he won’t speak Russian and started teaching him herself. Later the children of her friends joined her son. Having thus begun with kitchen lessons, Russian-Jordanian wives created the Russian Center of Culture and a baccalaureate program on Russian at the University of Jordan.  — I studied at Ivanovo State University and married a Jordanian who also studied in Ivanovo. Jordan abounds in such wives from the former Soviet Union....

12.12.2014
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

On November 28, 2014, statuettes of the international “Russian Heritage” awards, supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation and Rossotrudnichestvo, were presented for the fourth time in Chateau du Lac – a scenic ancient castle redeveloped into an modern five-star hotel in a suburb of Brussels.  The awards instituted in 2010 by the International Pushkin Foundation and European Russian Community Association are presented to people who make a considerable contribution to the preservation of the Russian spiritual and cultural heritage abroad as well as the development of partnership and cooperation between...

01.12.2014
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Diaspora

The Russian-Bolivian School is a relatively young educational project. This year on Russia Day we celebrated our third anniversary with a major concert. In the very name of the school we strived to reflect its general emphasis: the study of Russian language and literature and exploration of Russian culture. Russian language and literature lessons are introduced in the first grade. The artistic specialization of the school has allowed us to include in the curriculum Russian choral and Russian folk dance lessons, from which the ensemble of Russian folk dance Kalinka has been formed. Each year we organize events,...

15.10.2014
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Diaspora

The exposition “Russian Berlin: Russian Culture in Berlin in the 1920s” has opened at the Russian Embassy in the German capital. The Russian Embassy is located in the heart of the German capital, on the legendary Unter-den-Linden, in a nice landmark of historic architecture. Every week its halls are visited by numerous tourists – the diplomatic mission partly functions as one of Berlin’s museums. It is here in its famous halls, Domical and Armorial, that the exposition “Russian Berlin: Russian Culture in Berlin in the 1920s” has opened. The concept of Russian Berlin is the...

02.10.2014
Rubric: Commentary
Subject: Diaspora

Despite the narrowing sphere of international collaboration and heightened political tensions, the Russkiy Mir Foundation still harbors great potential as a powerful tool for uniting the Russian expat community. Executive Director of the Foundation Vladimir Kochin focused on the foundation’s objectives and projects as well as its collaboration with other organizations geared towards Russian compatriots abroad in his interview with the journal Strategy of Russia. — The situation has radically changed in the world: for many reasons stronger pressure is being put on Russia and on the entire Russian world in...

12.09.2014
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

A war is raging in East Ukraine and perhaps the saddest paradox of this standoff is that commands for squads shelling Slavyansk are given in Russian, and the militia of Donbass are standing up for the right to teach their children in Russian. Ukraine's Russian world is a much wider geographic notion than just the southeast of Ukraine or Novorossiya. However strongly some may desire to make us forget about it, the Russian speaking population can be found in great numbers anywhere in Ukraine. There are quite a few mixed regions in the country where some people identify as Ukrainians while others think they are Russians. One of these is the...

07.07.2014
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

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