Charting the Fall (and Fall) of the Ruble, in Graphs

Dec 18, 2014 — 15:58
Dec 18, 2014 — 15:58

Exhibition

The Thaw

The entire era of Soviet politics and culture coined after after Ilya Ehrenburg’s 1954 short novel “Ottepel”

Multimedia show dedicated to the Thaw Era — the period from Stalin’s death in 1953 to the end of the 1960s that produced significant shifts in policies, ideas, science, language, artistic practices, and during which social, cultural, and intellectual processes in the USSR began to parallel those in the West. Read more

Alaska: Bridge Between U.S. and Russia

Russia signed a deal, selling Alaska to the United States for $7.2 million, on March 30, 1867.

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Are Russian Teens Really About to Storm the Kremlin?

Recent anti-corruption rallies will go down as Russia’s most youthful protests.

Food for Thought

Cookery and writing keep Jennifer Eremeeva’s fire burning.

Are Russian Teens Really About to Storm the Kremlin?

Recent anti-corruption rallies will go down as Russia’s most youthful protests.