Natalia Antonova

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Russia’s role in WWII isn’t ‘part of our collective memory’

The annual Russian tradition of commemorating the Soviet victory in World War II perfectly demonstrates how a linear approach to understanding history is not enough.

This Russian woman sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko, who has killed by her accurate shooting the magnificent total of 300 Germans before Sevastopol.

The life and myths of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Soviet Russia’s deadliest sniper

Kyle MacLachlan, left, and David Lynch attend the premiere of "Twin Peaks" in Los Angeles, May 19, 2017.

A darker ‘Twin Peaks’ still finds an eager audience in Russia


In Russia, Raids on NGOs Deemed ‘Foreign Agents’ Continue

Conflict & Justice

Mixed Feelings in Russia Over Pussy Riot Trial

Conflict & Justice

Anti-Putin Punk Rockers Pussy Riot to Stay in Jail, Await Trial

Conflict & Justice

The women in Pussy Riot were arrested in February after protest performances against the Kremlin and have been in jail since. music