Letter From the Editors FEATURED NEWS STORIES Ramstein Group Talks Tanks, Planes for Ukraine Putin, Opposition Differ on Voting Rules Does Afghan Instability Threaten Central Asia? THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION State and Law Furgal’s Sentence Sets Record Among Ex-GovernorsFormer Khabarovsk Territory Governor Sentenced to 22 Years in Murder Case Public Attitudes Stalintine’s Day: A Substitute for […]
Current Digest of the Russian Press, Letter From the Editors, Volume 75, Number 7 (Feb. 13-19, 2023)
Russian mobilized conscript: ‘You can’t imagine how much I hate this war’
FEATURED NEWS STORIES Two Sessions Open in Beijing China Outlines Position on Ukraine (Read an article from this feature online for FREE) POLITICS & CULTURE Politics CPC Central Committee Issues Communique Xi Calls on Party Schools to Stay Committed Party Schools Strengthen Marxist Party of Learning Xi’s Economic Thought Steers China to Modernity Hong Kong […]
On Feb. 24, China issued a document on its position on the political settlement of the Ukraine crisis, reiterating its persistent stand and listening to other countries’ legitimate concerns.
Letter From the Editors FEATURED NEWS STORIES Massive Quake Ravages Parts of Turkey, Syria Balloon Incident Derails US-China Talks THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION State and Law New Russian Citizens Shown Carrot Along With Stick (Read this article online for FREE)Rodin: New Duma Bills to Integrate New Regions Sets Double Standard for Ukrainian Citizens Court to Announce […]
Rodin: New Duma bills to integrate new regions sets double standard for Ukrainian citizens.
Current Digest of the Russian Press, Letter From the Editors, Volume 75, Number 6 (Feb. 6-12, 2023)
FEATURED NEWS STORIES Ukraine War Hits First Anniversary (read an article from this feature online for FREE) POLITICS & CULTURE Politics Xi Stresses Sci-Tech Self-Reliance Deputies to 14th NPC Broadly Representative Whole-Process People’s Democracy Works Well Society Migration From North to South Not Just for the Birds Lies Highlight Need to Combat Online Rumors Regions […]
Xinhua: Today, Ukrainians and Russians still grieve their beloved ones killed on the frontlines. When the conflict is piling misery on people worldwide suffering from acute food and energy crises, the West continues to fan the flames by sending more military hardware and intelligence to Ukraine.