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Baba Yaga: A Demon or A Goddess?
Growing up in Kiev, Ukraine, I loved reading and listening to fairy tales. These stories, filled with Slavic flavor, were opening up a new world for me, a world where one is to learn lessons and always to succeed, a world in which no matter how many hardships...
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China's Greatest Fear: Dead and Buried Like the Soviet Union
Twenty-five years ago, the mighty Soviet Union was finally thrown onto the ash heap of history—never to rise again. And yet, the fall of one of the most powerful empires in human history, we often forget, was never a sure thing.
Sharapova drug tested on Soviet troops in Afghanistan
THE banned drug taken by Maria Sharapova was used by the Soviet Union to bulk up its soldiers in the 1980s. Troops spearheading the superpower's invasion of Afghanistan necked meldonium to aid endurance and help them stay alert. Its inventor, Latvian ...
'The Americans' Review: Suburbia's Soviet Agents
Giving in, finally, in the face of Paige's tormented suspicions in the past season, Elizabeth had told Paige the truth: that she and Paige's father are Russians, working as spies for the Soviet Union.
Moscow restaurant draws on collective Soviet nostalgia – and adds a salad bar
The first thing to know about the new Kommunalka restaurant in Moscow is that the experience is all about nostalgia rather than fine dining. The name, Kommunalka, means “communal apartment” – a flat shared by two or more families of the kind that was ...
Veteran spotlight: Walter Bahm tracked Soviet subs during tail end of Cold War
Fixed on the radar screen in front of him, listening to the sequenced pings in his ear phones, Walter Bahm, a United States Navy oceanographic technician, knew by the sounds it was a Soviet submarine. “Everything that is man-made... it's not perfect.

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