Arts and Life
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Arts and Life
Articles by Pjotr Sauer
Director of ‘Unpatriotic’ Movie Says Russia Not Ready for Truth About War
As the country prepares for its annual Victory Day parade, a movie on the Soviet war in Afghanistan is raising uncomfortable questions.
Back In Moscow, Pyotr Verzilov Continues to Search for Answers
Six months after surviving an apparent poison attack, the activist is undeterred.
'No Idea,' Says Russian Vodka Boss Whose Supply Was Bound for North Korea
There were suspicions the cargo was destined for Kim Jong Un and 'leaders of his armed forces.'
Rich Russians and Tax Havens: The Moscow Times Sits Down With Oliver Bullough
Oliver Bullough is a journalist and the author of the acclaimed book ‘Moneyland.’
10 Russian Women to Watch
We've lined up ten upcoming stars in music, business and politics.
The Unsung Reporters Who Challenged the Kremlin’s Skripal Story
Journalists under the Kremlin’s gaze are reminding readers they still have some fight left.
Exclusive: Russian Man Identified in Dutch Hacking Probe Played in 'Spy Football Team' — Source
“Our team is known as the ‘security services’ team,’” Yershkov said. “Almost everyone works for an intelligence agency.”
More Than 150 Russian Sailors Have Been Stranded in Ports Worldwide
Over 150 Russian sailors have been stranded in port cities across the world in alarming conditions.