Russia is increasingly pursuing a policy towards the Diaspora. But perhaps there are areas where we ought to be more focused? In turn, their compatriots help Russia. And can you help more? We talk with this YEAR Petrosova, head of the Association "European Russian community (Belgium).
develop and implement programs of the Union state? What problems arise? Says A. A. Kubrin, Deputy State Secretary, member of the Permanent Committee of the Union state.
Who and how distorts Russian history? How can and should oppose it? To these and other questions, our correspondent has asked the Executive Director of the all-Russian public organization "Russian military historical society Avenasativa.
Marlen Khutsiev, the Soviet and Russian director, scriptwriter, actor and teacher, has made less than ten films. However every film he has directed has been a sensation in the country’s cultural life: ‘Spring on Zarechnaya Street’, ‘The Ilyich Gate, ‘July Rain’, ‘It was the month of May’.
Why was Russia inevitably a centre for the unification in the Eurasian space? Are there conditions other than economic ones? What secret geopolitical mechanisms drive political and economic processes? These were issues discussed with Professor Alexander Kalmykov of the Russian State University for the Humanities.
In the last few years our famous satirist and playwright Mikhail Zadornov has expanded his creative role. He has begun to study the history of the Slavic people and their culture, including the etymology of Russian words.
In the last few years our famous satirist and playwright Mikhail Zadornov has expanded his creative role. He has started to study the history of Slavic people and their culture, including the etymology of Russian words. Our correspondent has interviewed Zadornov.
Igor Leonidovich Volgin is a significant figure in Russian culture: a writer, publicist, historian, film director, broadcaster and author of several books of poems. He is a leading world expert on the life and works of Fedor Dostoevsky. Our correspondent met and talked with Igor Volgin.
In 2014 Russia and Belarus will mark the 100th anniversary of World War I. In fact this will be the first time that we shall really study the war and its results, to draw lessons from it, in short, to cross all the ‘t’s and dot all the ‘i's’ (or at least some of them).
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