Bradley Jardine

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'What Keeps Me in Moscow Is the Pace of Life'

'What Keeps Me in Moscow Is the Pace of Life'

City 1 year ago

Tom Blackwell is the CEO of the EM (Emerging Markets) corporate/strategic communications (PR) firm, which is working to expand Moscow’s business networks into Hong Kong and Beijing with the opening of a ...

City 1 year ago

Quiet City

Quiet City

City 1 year ago

For Tommy Yang, Moscow is a far cry from Beijing.

Business 1 year ago

Cheaper Than Ever Before: In Moscow, Fierce Competition Between App Providers Is Driving Taxi Fares Down

Cheaper Than Ever Before: In Moscow, Fierce Competition Between App Providers Is Driving Taxi Fares Down

Business 1 year ago

Within the last three months, the price war escalated between Moscow’s three major app providers — Yandex-Taxi, Gett and Uber, — making the city's taxi market a liberal microcosm for an economically ...

News 1 year ago

Young, Hipster and Red: Meet Russia's New Generation of Communists

Young, Hipster and Red: Meet Russia's New Generation of Communists

News 1 year ago

A new generation of politicians want to modernize Russia's old school Communist party.

News 1 year ago

After Metro Blast, Racial Profiling Is on the Rise in Russia

After Metro Blast, Racial Profiling Is on the Rise in Russia

News 1 year ago

The St. Petersburg terror attack is drawing attention to a long-standing problem in Russia: racial profiling

News 1 year ago

Nine Dead After Explosion Hits St. Petersburg Metro

Nine Dead After Explosion Hits St. Petersburg Metro

News 1 year ago

Nine people have died following an explosion on the St. Petersburg Metro.

City 1 year ago

Pâté & Co: Paris in the Shade of the Kremlin

Pâté & Co: Paris in the Shade of the Kremlin

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A new brasserie south of the river is bringing rustic French cuisine to Russia.

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Salumeria: A Feast Fit for an Emperor

Salumeria: A Feast Fit for an Emperor

City 1 year ago

A stone’s throw from Patriarch’s Ponds, the restaurateur Uilliam Lamberti and businessman Vladimir Davidi have sought to add yet another touch of Italy in the heart of the Russian capital.

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A Law Unto Himself

A Law Unto Himself

City 1 year ago

U.S. lawyer Thomas Callahan first came to Russia in 2006. He thinks Dostoyevsky is overrated and has no time for expats.

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Back in the USSR: Finding Soviet Nostalgia in Moscow

Back in the USSR: Finding Soviet Nostalgia in Moscow

City 1 year ago

In a fortified nuclear bunker, sixty-five meters below Moscow, a man sits transfixed by a computer console. Its green text informs him of an impending threat. “On my command, turn the key ...