From Kamchatka to Kaliningrad, Russia has breakers – and devoted boarders
A rally was held in Chita against the lease of Siberian farmland to a Chinese company
The authorities in Arkhangelsk have turned down a bid by LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) activists to hold an event in the city on August 2, Airborne Troops Day, and warned them of an administrative liability if they violate the law
Fruits and berries will be prepared according to traditional recipes
New law allows indigenous peoples to cross Bering Strait to visit relatives
RBTH speaks to Mikhail Mordasov, founder of the Everyday Russia photo blog
Leader is confident that the Republic has a competitive economic future
A total of 67% of Russian citizens are concerned about the spread of terrorism from the North Caucasus to other regions of the country
As e-books thrive in the Russian regions, RBTH takes a closer look at how digital formats are helping libraries increase access to literature.
Around 10,000 jobs will be created in special economic zones called territories of accelerated development.
Tourism experts answer the question
RBTH's Australian blogger visits the Russian city of Blagoveshchensk.
Fast Retailing Co. Ltd is eager to expand its operations to smaller cities across Russia.
Sharing sites like Couchsurfing personalize the travel experience
The location of this ancient fortress contributed to its dramatic history
Both major carriers and budget operators are canceling unprofitable routes
Russia's top 10 places with the best business climates include the Tambov, Kostroma, Ulyanovsk and Tula regions, Russian presidential administration chief Sergei Ivanov has said
Vietnam will cover the construction costs, while the technical consultancy and sculpture work will be provided by Russia
How does the industry cope with economy crisis?
Recent events in Chechnya underline the region’s growing conservatism