Prominent publicist, writer, professor and TV presenter Vitaly Tretyakov analyzes what the USSR’s practical record was with regard to ethnic diversity, and how Russia should now look for a solution to its problem.
Russian politician Darya Mitina believes the significance of the memorial in Moscow far surpasses its symbolic meaning – that of securing the long-lasting memory of the USSR’s role in the victory over Hitler in World War II.
Vladimir Mamontov, the president at “Izvestiya”, Russia’s oldest and biggest federation-wide newspaper, believes Saturday’s nationalist riots in central Moscow should be thoroughly investigated before making conclusions on what measures to take.
What does NATO offer Russia, and what does Russia get in reality? Would Russia be willing to help NATO stay afloat by participating in its projects? What is the price of improving relations with its Western partners?