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Why Russia-U.S. Cultural and Educational Exchanges Are So Vital

... higher education in the U.S. in the 2019/2020 academic year. Only 1,050 American students studied in Russia in the same year. By increasing this partnership, U.S.-Russia relations can expand to “develop a habit of cooperation.”Source: TASS Combatting Russophobia Anatoly Antonov, the Russian Ambassador to the United States, wrote a response letter to the New York Times article “Has a U.S. College Given Russia Too Friendly a Platform?” In this letter, Antonov acknowledges that he knows anti-Russian ...

Kalamar Katrina
Опубликовано:
08.06.2021 18:58:11

The claim of russophobia and what’s actually funny about #SochiProblems

With the intense Twitter activity of Western journalists, the gaffes at the Sochi Olympics have reached all of us. And people are certainly not happy about it in Russia, where it is common to denounce criticism coming from the West as russophobia. It is of course widely so elsewhere in the world, too: authoritarian-leaning governments tend to present attacks on them as attacks against the nation or any other common value. Yet it is always worth challenging this narrative, and especially ...

Radnoti Andras
Опубликовано:
13.02.2014 10:33:00

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