Kremlin agent Konstantin Kudryavtsev, suspected of being behind the attempted attack on Vladimir Putin’s political enemy, Alexei Navalny, has disappeared Russian President Vladimir Putin is suspected of being behind an assassination attempt on Alexei Navalny ( Image: via Reuters) An FSB agent linked to a squad responsible for killing oneRead More →

Georgia has always enjoyed a strong partnership with Canada, its largest export buyer. But in recent years, trade disputes followed by a pandemic have brought unusual uncertainty to the usually dynamic relationship between the United States and Canada. Both parties have discovered a renewed sense of purposeful collaboration, especially asRead More →

Opinion Commentary by Chris Devonshire-Ellis – May 23, 2022 Russia’s pivot to Asia and the geopolitical position of the EU has shifted Asian influence from the West to the borders of Europe By Chris Devonshire-Ellis A yet unrecognized shift in Eurasian geopolitics has occurred as a result of Western sanctionsRead More →

NEW DELHI: Amid the raging debate around the criminalization of marital rape, the National Survey of Family Health released the results of a study that hinted at a possible shift toward progressivism, while offering disturbing glimpses of the minds of married men and women in the country. The survey revealedRead More →

Ukraine announced earlier that its forces had retaken villages from Russian troops north and northeast of Kharkiv, pressing a counter-offensive that could signal a change in the momentum of the war and jeopardize the main advance of Russia.. Tetiana Apatchenko, press officer of the 92nd Separate Mechanized Brigade, the mainRead More →

Akademogorodok (university town) outside Siberia’s largest city, Novosibirsk had been known since Soviet times for fostering democratic thought away from the totalitarian shadows of the Kremlin walls. While several of Russia’s leading opposition figures have launched anti-war campaigns to protest the invasion of Ukraine from exile, few organized public attemptsRead More →

The smoking gun moment in the sensationally gripping new documentary “Navalny” is something to behold. We are deep in the weeds of the investigation with Alexei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, and Christo Grozev, the Bulgarian journalist investigating the August 2020 poisoning that nearly ended Navalny’s life. By this pointRead More →

Africa Newsroom2022-04-13 A series of lectures opened by eminent scientists from Rosatom’s partner universities (www.Rosatom.com) was organized on March 31 for school children and students in South Africa. The objective of the event was to show students and future candidates the relevance of the challenges facing the nuclear industry, asRead More →

A series of lectures opened by eminent scientists from Rosatom’s partner universities (www.Rosatom.com) was organized on March 31 for school children and students in South Africa. The objective of the event was to show students and future candidates the relevance of the challenges facing the nuclear industry, as well asRead More →

A series of open lectures by eminent scientists from Rosatom Supporting Universities (www.Rosatom.com) was organized on March 31 for school children and students in South Africa. The objective of the event was to show students and potential candidates the relevance of the challenges facing the nuclear industry, as well asRead More →

Tomsk State University and MARA University of Technology (UiTM), a leading higher education institution in Malaysia, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation. The ceremony took place online on March 14. The universities presented their achievements and discussed possible areas of collaboration. In particular, Malaysian colleagues aim toRead More →

Russian investigators on Wednesday opened criminal proceedings against a blogger for spreading what they said was “knowingly false information” about the war in Ukraine, during the first application of a new law that carries a penalty of up to up to 15 years in prison. The Investigative Committee said theRead More →

New Russian law means 15 years in prison or military conscription that sends anti-war Russians to Ukraine with orders to shoot civilians The New York Times published on Monday an article describing how thousands of middle-class Russians have fled the country for neighboring Armenia and (Republic of) Georgia since theRead More →

One of Russia’s oldest universities to expel at least 13 students detained during anti-war protests that have erupted across the country in recent weeks, according to business daily Kommersant reported Wednesday. The prestigious St Petersburg State University is expected to draft further expulsion orders for students after continued protests againstRead More →

Russians are bracing for an economic recession that could be the deepest since the 1990s after the United States and its allies imposed ‘crushing’ sanctions on Moscow, seeking to punish President Vladimir Putin for the unprovoked invasion from Ukraine. Analysts say citizens face a future characterized by runaway inflation, risingRead More →

By Max Kendix Durham students often spend a year after graduation studying abroad, in small Spanish towns, bustling German towns and rowdy South American villages. For the dozens of students studying Russian, Durham has agreements with partner universities in Tomsk, Moscow and St. Petersburg. Last year, as lockdowns sabotaged thoseRead More →

On February 15, the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation hosted an international conference “Western Geopolitical War Against Russia: The Ukrainian Case”. During the event, political scientists, experts, journalists and public figures from Russia, the United States, Italy, Germany, Finland, Belgium and other countries discussed possible developments around Ukraine. DemocracyRead More →

TOMSK, February 15. /Then 24/. Devices for the synthesis, supply and monitoring of nitric oxide “Tianox” will be supplied to respiratory hospitals in Tomsk for the treatment of patients with COVID-19 during the year. The devices are needed to simplify nitric oxide treatment technology for respiratory failure, Viktor Selemir, directorRead More →

A former aide to jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has slammed Russian authorities’ use of the extremism law to suppress peaceful political opposition as she appeals her pre-trial restrictions in court siberian monday. Ksenia Fadeyeva, who was elected to the Tomsk city council in 2020, faces up to 12 yearsRead More →

A documentary film about Alexei Navalny, who narrowly survived an apparent novichok poisoning attempt, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The 90-minute film, simply titled Navalny, features flying footage of the Russian opposition leader, filmed during the several months he spent in Germany in late 2020 while recovering from poisoning.Read More →

Separately, the Federal Prison Service demanded that Navalny’s brother’s suspended sentence be turned into a prison sentence. Russian authorities have added imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny and a handful of his allies to an official list of “terrorists and extremists”. Also on Tuesday, local news agencies reported that the FederalRead More →