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"The Glorious Death of Comrade What's-His-Name" is based on a 1928 play, "The Suicide," by Nikolai Erdman, who was later exiled to Siberia.
According to "Putin Kitsch in America," those beefcake shots not only boosted Putin’s image, they sexualized his public image.
You're not misreading the headline: they're increasingly out of the Soviet playbook.
Trump seems more like a Russian asset than ever. Could a saboteur really be this dumb?
We're not the first nation to face propaganda from a government prone to lies and deceit.
Lyrics and trial transcriptions join forces in a powerful oratorio.
Playwright Rajiv Joseph offers an allegory for today's corrosive political climate and totalitarian rumblings.
Every country should have one.
As working artists, the first of each month is never easy -- we need to save nearly 60% of our income to pay our rent and bills.
Anna Fishbeyn's brash and impressive debut novel queries, "What price assimilation?"
Nikolai Gogol took for granted that government officials, major and minor, were corrupt. He believed the same of anyone who attained the slightest amount...
The mystery remains unresolved, but as the film ends, we are invited into the search.
Russian avant-garde artists supported the Bolshevik Revolution; artists today resist.