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I’m convinced that there isn’t a family in Moscow who doesn’t have IKEA frozen meatballs in the freezer
In the fall of 1992, Russia was just starting on its path of economic transformation.
Not since Josef Stalin’s first General Plan for the Reconstruction of Moscow in 1935 has the Russian capital changed so radically and so quickly.
The designer of The Moscow Times shares his experience in creating the first newspaper layout
Never again will Russians be content with dull and uninspired public spaces
This week I begin my trek through time stuck in a traffic jam. The place: Moscow. The year: 2005.
The tumultuous decades have left their mark on Russians' inner life
For most of my generation the 1990s remain a territory of freedom
The German Ambassador to Russia shares his view on Russian-German relations
It’s amazing how little has changed in the strategic outlook of the Russian military
Business in Russia today may be more stable, but it is not as much fun for foreigners
The founder of The Moscow Times looks back