WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / June 4, 2021 / June 6 is UN Russian Language Day. The MEMRI Russian Media Studies Project offers a free subscription to translations and analyses of statements and trends in Russian politics, diplomacy, think tanks, military, and media.
For years, MEMRI has published analysis and translations from Arabic, Farsi, Turkish, Urdu and Pashto into English and other languages, to inform media, academia, legislatures and governments. In January 2016, MEMRI expanded its coverage to Russia with the launch of its Russian Media Studies Project (RMSP).
Over the last five years, MEMRI has monitored, 24/7, topics including Russia's foreign and domestic policy: Russia-U.S. relations, anti-U.S. indoctrination, cyber war, the rising U.S.-Russia military tensions, Russia-China relations, Russia-Turkey relations, Russia-Iran relations, Russia-NATO relations, the Russia-U.S.-NATO clash over Ukraine, Russia's intervention in Syria, Russia's geopolitical interests and areas of penetration, Russia's influence in Europe and its potential allies, Russia's return to the developing world including Latin America, Russia's vision of the post-coronavirus world, Russia's rivalry with the U.S. in the former Soviet republics and in the Arctic, and energy and arms shipments as force multipliers of Russian diplomacy.
On the domestic front, MEMRI has reported regularly on the Russian regime's perception of itself and on how its domestic critics perceive it; on the state of the Russian economy, and on the nature of the opposition and the regime's efforts to throttle it.
Recent Reports From Russian Media Studies Project
Russian Youth: Hopes Flying Too High (By Dr. Vladislav L. Inozemtsev)
Russia Vs. U.S.: Enemy And Admirer (By Dr. Vladislav L. Inozemtsev)
Russia: An Incidental Federation (By Dr. Vladislav L. Inozemtsev)
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