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Russia Is an Excellent Starting Point for a Startup – Buzzfactory Founder

Russian market is an excellent place to launch a startup because it is more open and less competitive than the US market

Anti-Hacking Centre Opened by Rostec

Russian industrial giant Rostec has launched an anti-hacking centre to combat digital espionage

No Grain, No Gain

Russia plans to compete for US market share

Russian Governor Believes ‘Booming Villages’ Are Result of Sanctions

The Governor of Vladimir Region Svetlana Orlova called for Western nations not to hurry with lifting their sanctions against Russia

Russia’s Trademark Ural Motorcycles Now Sold With Bottles of Vodka

A special edition of Ural Ambassador Limited Edition motorcycles dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the IMZ factory outside of Yekaterinburg are now available in the US

Russia and US to Work Together on Reducing Space Mission Risks

The Russian Academy of Science’s Institute of Biomedical Problems is developing a scientific programme for a series of tests on insulation to safeguard ISS

China, Belarus Russians’ Favourite Countries – Poll

A survey by independent pollster Levada Centre revealed that the majority of Russians are kindly disposed towards Belarus and China (79% and 78%)

Demand for Business Travel to Russia Increases by 60%

The number of invitations issued for business visas to Russia increased by almost 60% in 2016 compared to 2015

The Story Behind the Sale of Alaska

The skeleton in America’s closet, or why Russia sold Alaska to the US

Canadian Magazine Names Russian Forward World’s Most Promising Young Player

Canadian newspaper The Hockey News named Kirill Kaprizov, a prospect currently playing for KHL club Salavat Yulaev Ufa, the world’s most promising hockey player

Tourists in Texas Can Drive Soviet Tank

Texas-based company DriveTanks offers customers the chance to drive tanks from the Second World War, including the Soviet T-34, and fire their weapons

Food With a Side of Accent: Chef Boris Fries, Pickles, Sings for American TV Network

The Cooking Channel, an American television network, has released several videos featuring a guy named Boris sharing the secrets of Russian cuisine

Russia and US May Form Joint Committee to Combat Terrorism

Russia and the US could potentially form a joint committee to combat international terrorism, according to Leonid Slutsky

Putin’s Image Soars in US

The number of US citizens with a favourable opinion of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is at its highest point since 2003

‘I’ve Always Said that Russia and Moscow Are My Home’

Former NHL star Pavel Bure explains why he renounced US citizenship

US Law Enforcement, Military Show Interest in Russian Non-Lethal OSA Pistols

US Law Enforcement, Military Show Interest in Russian Non-Lethal OSA Pistols.

Hollywood to Produce Movie Based on ‘The Master and Margarita’

Mikhail Bulgakov’s influential Russian novel “The Master and Margarita” will be developed into a feature film

Russian Ambassador in US: Economic Relationship Between Two Countries to Improve

"There is life beyond sanctions. We see that many US companies working with us feel comfortable and don't intend to change their strategy," Kislyak said.

Russia Prepares Ten Projects for US Investors

The Russian Direct Investment Fund, or RDIF, has prepared ten projects in agriculture, road construction, logistics and other economic sectors for US investors

Viacom to Broadcast Spike TV Channel in Russia

US holding Viacom International Media Networks has announced plans to broadcast the television channel Spike in Russia and the CIS

Indigenous Peoples of Russian Empire as Seen by American Traveller

The ethnic minorities of the 19th-century Russia pictured by George Kennan, a traveller and photographer from Ohio

Russian Duma Proposes Plan to Create Russian Green Card

The Russian State Duma is developing legislation that may become the basis for a Russian equivalent to the US Green Card