Monthly Archives: June 2018

Impact Of Football Games On Russian Economy – Part I

Dear Readers: I saw this interesting piece in VZGLIAD, the author is Olga Samofalova, who usually writes good stuff.  There is a lot of material here, so will be a two-parter.  Due to this, I will postpone for one day … Continue reading

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Gerashchenko’s Ex Spills The Beans – Part III

Dear Readers: Today finishing my full translation (not summary, I decided it was worth a full translation) of this interview given by Viktoria Gretskaya-Mirgorodskaya, ex-wife of Anton Gerashchenko. Where we left off, Vicky handed the world some very solid advice, … Continue reading

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Gerashchenko’s Ex Spills The Beans – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing to translate this interview (which I found in somewhat circuitous fashion) given by Viktoria Gretskaya-Mirgorodskaya, ex-wife of Anton Gerashchenko (alt-spelling Herashchenko), member of inner circle of Arsen Avakov, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.  In other words, … Continue reading

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Gerashchenko’s Ex Spills The Beans – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this piece from PolitNavigator.  Which, admittedly, can be a bit of a tabloid, therefore I have tagged this under “Celebrity Gossip”.  The writer is Anastasia Samoilova, and the headline reads: The Odious Gerashchenko Has Turned … Continue reading

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If War Were A Game Of Football…

Dear Readers: With football on everybody’s mind, and football being a metaphor for war, this might be a good place to post about a different kind of war game.  A … war game … type of war game! So, I … Continue reading

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Can Football Bring World Peace?

Dear Readers, With Russia hosting the FIFA World Cup this year, I must disclose that I am a huge football fan.  [Not really…] However, I did see this piece in PolitNavigator, by Alexander Gusar, which gives me hope that football … Continue reading

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Russian Faux Pas In Jerusalem? – Part V

Dear Readers: Today concluding this story from RIA about the Russia Day festivities and how the Russian diplomatic staff posted in Israel held the event this year in a Russian-owned property in Jerusalem called the Sergiev Courtyard. Where we left … Continue reading

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