Tuesday May 14
Russian Navy to receive new invisible ships
Russia has recently unveiled its Project 1239 rocket ship to the world. Representing Russia's Black Sea Fleet, the unique missile hovercraft "Bora" took part in the international exhibition of defense industry AIDEF 2013, which was held in Istanbul on May 7-10. The newest Russian rocket ships of this type will soon turn 20 years old.
Mon May 13, 2013
Lithuania's riding renaissance
Lithuania's ancient riding traditions were suppressed under Soviet rule, but its equestrian culture is now undergoing a revival.
Sun May 12, 2013
Santa Rosa Symphony wraps up 85th season with all-Russian program
The Santa Rosa Symphony presented an all-Russian program Saturday night with Music Director Bruno Ferrandis, wrapping up its first season at Sonoma State University's Weill Hall with an emotional arc that ranged from the tragic to the ecstatic.
Thu May 09, 2013
Times of Oman
Russia flexes military muscle on Victory Day
A formation of jets fly over St. Basil's Cathedral during the Victory Parade in Moscow May 9, 2013.
Wed May 08, 2013
Controversial Stalin monument unveiled in Russia's Sakha-Yakutiya republic
Russian war veterans in the republic of Sakha-Yakutiya believe that Joseph Stalin's achievements as military commander of the Soviet Union deserve to immortalized in a bust statue, regardless of the controversy that surrounds the late leader.
The Impudent Observer
Jews In War
For most people, the word,Israel, conveys a strong military power and people who use force whenever they deem necessary.
Mon May 06, 2013
Sat May 04, 2013
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Vladimir Putin is more than a year into his third term as president of Russia, and he is likely to dominate the countryA s next decade as he dominated the last-just as Joseph Stalin and Leonid Brezhnev dominated their own times in the Kremlin.
Fri May 03, 2013
Wall Street Journal
A Lost Opportunity to Save Russia
Putin is wasting his chance to battle Russia's love of drink and to reverse a devastating drop in population Vladimir Putin is more than a year into his third term as president of Russia, and he is likely to dominate the country's next decade as he dominated the last-just as Joseph Stalin and Leonid Brezhnev dominated their own times in the ... (more)
Wed May 01, 2013
Putin hands out revived Soviet-era Labor awards
President Vladimir Putin has awarded five Russians with a medal of Hero of Labor of the Russian Federation - for the first time since the Soviet-era title was revived in March.
Voice of America
May Day Rallies Held Around the World
A May Day protester jumps away from a water cannon during clashes between riot police and protesters trying to break through barricades, Istanbul, Turkey, May 1, 2013.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
This is Bath
Bath Chronicle commented But Marx never managed to kill off Christ
In response to Eric Chapple's letter , headed possibly misleadingly, "Millions murdered for refusing to worship". Chronicle readers should note that Mr Chapple is referring to Karl Marx and the book is Das Kapital.
Reviewed: Stalin's Curse - Battling for Communism in War and Cold War by Robert Gellately
The Allied forces brought the Third Reich to its knees in 1945. It was left to the politicians of the wartime "Big Three" the US, the USSR and the UK to reconstruct the world system in the interests of peace and economic recovery.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Stalin Deported the Chechens in WWII
Remick seems to suggest the Chechen terrorists fighting for separation from Russia were justified because they were deported in WW2.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
The American Who Tells Russia How Bad Things Are in America.
Alexander Nefyodov hears it every Thursday when he tunes in from the Arctic port city of Murmansk.
Sat Apr 20, 2013
Opinion: Suspects' culture of migration and machismo
It's not easy being a Chechen. The family of Tamerlan and Dzhokar Tsarnaev, the alleged Boston bombers, have, like all their ethnic kin, led lives marked by violence and deportation.