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June 15, 2009

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  1. Kasia says...

    Have you ever considered craniteg an ebook or guest authoring on other websites? I have a blog centered on the same topics you discuss and would really like to have you share some stories/information. I know my audience would value your work. If you’re even remotely interested, feel free to shoot me an email.

  2. Faris says...

    I use to read MosNews several times a week. It was very will wettirn and certainly provided good insight to news events in Russia. Living outside Russia the paper gave me a good feel for Russia’s financial and political climate.Sad to see the paper go away.Olle Larsson

  3. Luidie says...

    I remember seneig the Gazeta.ru and News.ru affiliation when I first came upon Mosnews in 2005. But maybe my mind’s playin’ tricks on me. It would be awful is Mosnews is dead. Where would we get all the hilarious Russia stories?

  4. Pat says...

    The situation in Russia, in my oiinpon, is pretty much a lost cause. That’s it. The systematic problems are too deep to be solved with pitiful benefits to be given to new mothers. There are some constrictions on having children:1) Poor schools due to poorly paid teachers $150 a month in an average provincial city of a million leading to the buying of grades. Also drug use, poorly disciplined children, the pressures of popular culture, and children with only one parent (due often to early death of one parent) play a role.2) Poor salaries across the board for most Russians, that makes it difficult to pay the bribes to get into school, kindergarten, or university.3) A housing crunch that has caused an increase of 25% a year for the last 6 years in most cities in Russia- Russia is now the most expensive city in the world.4) Most newly weds, unable to buy their own place, live with their parents. They usually only get their own place after their grandmother dies.5) Food prices have been increasing higher then the rate of inflation.6) Many others!Kind of hard to raise a kid in such an environment!Just some quick thoughts:The Russian government will do what is has been doing for the last century, meddling abroad, realpolitik, and neglecting its people. The increase in the price of oil enables this behavior, giving them a false sense of strength. This sense of strength is false, Russia suffers from some internal weaknesses to be a danger for the future of the Russian people and culture. For example by 2010, many experts believe that 10% of the adult population will have HIV (!) Russia just can spin of more Muslim places, as there already many Muslims who live in the larger cities, many illegally. They also have far more children. Some say that 10% of Moscow maybe nearly 20% are foreigners or, if Russian, then not Slav.I remember reading in a Russian newspaper an article by a Russian with a Muslim name saying, with regards of the riots in the French suburbs by immigrants, that if Russia does not find jobs for the new Azeri immigrants in Moscow in the aviation industry, Russia can expect it’s own riots in 20 years time. I thought, what the hell!! First Russia needs to find jobs for it’s own native born population. The Russian government hasn’t done anything for the average Russian at all yet, how can he expect Russia to do something for the immigrants!I met a member of Hamas studying in Russia.Most Russians don’t follow political correctness, and are pessimistic about Russia’s future, and are xenophobic.Many have very few kids (only my oiinpon) because after the collapse of one social system, Communism, western pop culture became for many a valuable context in which to live. and on and on…..

  5. Deacon says...

    That’s a sensible answer to a chilnelgang question

  6. Boomer says...

    That hits the target dead cetrne! Great answer!

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    You can always tell an expert! Thanks for contributing.

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  12. Chakallo says...

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