RBTH maintains more than 20 websites in 17 languages. RBTH’s online resources also include mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android, digital magazines, a number of special sections on various topics. RBTH also creates special projects in both online and print formats on different topics, from business to Russian kitchen.
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Russian Hockey Players Guide
Get the inside stories from the coaches, players and NHL experts along with exclusive forecasts and insights as the teams meet up on the road to the playoffs.
Russian winter photoalbum
An interactive photo album dedicated to the Russian winter. The 12 chapters arranged from the coldest winter temperature to the warmest.
Voices of Read Russia
The hidden gems of Russian literature and its contemporary stars in articles and multimedia features.
Russia Beyond The Headlines in The Daily Telegraph (UK)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in Le Figaro (France)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in Handelsblatt (Germany)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in Tageblatt (Luxembourg)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in Le Jeudi (Luxembourg)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in The Nation (Thailand)
Rus-Bharat Samvad (Russian-Indian Dialog) in Deshbandhu (India)
Toushi eluosi (Russia insight) in The Global Times (China)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in La Razón (Bolivia)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in El Peruano (Peru)
Russia Beyond The Headlines in El Observador (Uruguay)
Руска Реч (Ruska Rech) in Nova Makedonija (Macedonia)
Print digests of the best articles from RBTH Travel. Magazines on different languages are created for foreign travellers interested in Russian regions, culture and history.
Russian and foreign writers, journalists and experienced travelers provide original textual and visual content.
Doing Business With Russia
The business magazine is devoted to the specifics of Russian business and is a joint project between RBTH and Russian Trade Representation in the U.S. The goal of the project is to maintain the investment attractiveness of Russia’s companies and to strengthen business ties between U.S.-Russia. The project was presented at the Business Forum StartUp Grade: “Tech Beyond the Borders” (Russian edition) in new york on April 13, 2016.
Pocketguide is the paid mobile app with audio and photo guide. A walking tour through the historical center of Vladivostok, a port and fortress city and Russia’s window to Asia, was created by RBTH especially for Pocketguide.
Russian Startup Rating
Annual online project including cases of 50 most perspective Russian startups. The project provides international audience (particularly business-community) with information about developing Russian technologies and startups for attracting investments. experts, investors and consulting agencies take part in creating content, which includes cases analysis, reviews, analytics and practical advice. The project has such partners as IBM, east-West Digital news, Rusbase.
Russian London Walks
For more than a year Phoebe Taplin, a permanent contributor to RBTH, has strolled around London in search of every Russian detail in the landscape of the city. The result was this project – online-walks around London covering all sights with Russian historical background.
Brand New Moscow Walks
Brand New Moscow Walks provides information about new pedestrian zones in Moscow. Online guide contents practical information, maps with the exclusive trial marks, high-quality texts and photos.
Memory of the Solovetsky Islands
The project includes a documentary movie, photo galleries, texts and infographics. The shooting by RBTH team took place on the Solovetsky islands and in Moscow in August 2015. The film was translated into different languages. The film was presented in luxembourg, Rome, Thessaloniki, Milan and Berlin. Also it was demonstrated on television in Bolivia (Cotel channel) and Croatia (n1 channel).
The Unknown War
The special project “The Unknown War” is dedicated to the 70-th anniversary of the end of the WWII. RBTH reveals unknown facts about the War and its heroes, finds parallels with modern environment. Within project there were created special sections on all RBTH websites. Also two online editions were released: Arms of life, a story of four war heroes, and Brothers in Arms, representing different views on the victory.
A New Era: India-Russia ties in 21st century
In november 2014 RBTH in cooperation with the Observer Research Foundation, India presented collection of articles by Russian and Indian experts called “A new era: India-Russia ties in 21st century.”
Russians: Russian Way
On 13 november, 2013 RBTH presented a book “Russians. Russian way” during forum “Dialogue of Russia — Republic of Korea” which was held in Seul. The collection contained interviews with leading Russian newsmakers. Representatives of political, business, science and cultural elites tried to introduce Russia to Korean readers.
Russjahr.de is an official site of the The German-Russian year of language and literature. The project is created to increase the interest to Russian culture in Germany. Here you can find information for translators and teachers of Russian language, an overview of opportunities for studying Russian in Germany. Materials are filled with a colorful multimedia content.
Founded in 2012, Read Russia was established to popularize Russian literature among foreign readers. Read Russia creates print brochures, participates in the international book exhibitions in London, Thessaloniki, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, supports translation and publication of Russian works. Read Russia provides international audiences with opportunity to engage with Russia’s modern literary leaders and classic authors.
One Hundred Photographers
In 2015, Rossiyskaya Gazeta and China Daily jointly published the album “One Hundred Photographers Focus on Russia”. Photos from more than 140 photographers reflect Russia’s profound history and culture, the optimism and perseverance of the people and the beauty of the landscapes. A second joint album entitled “One Hundred Photographers Focus on China” will be released in May 2016.
An independent communication platform for direct dialogue between the representatives of business, science, culture and sport in Russia and Japan. The sponsors of the forum are two influential editions: «Rossiyskaya Gazeta» and the Japanese national newspaper «Mainichi Shimbun». The forum is held since 2013.
Panel and roundtable discussions
Panel discussions in the United States and Russia are held regularly within the special projects Russia Direct and Doing Business With Russia for business, academic and governmental community. Among participants there are leading experts on Russia and Russian-American relations, companies representatives, RD and RBTH authors and editors.
RBTH regularly holds large-scale meeting of its media partners and representatives from different countries. During the meeting there are lectures and discussions on modern media trends, master-classes, where colleagues are free to exchange their experience.
International book exhibitions
RBTH takes part in the major book exhibitions in Thessaloniki, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, London, New York and other cities as media-partner and media operator. RBTH develops Russian program, holds multimedia events and provides information support.