- That time Russians explored the world via flotilla Yelena Furman, Los Angeles Review of Books
- The origins of globalisation can be found in the deep past Daniel Lord Smail, History Today
- What it’s like to be a lawyer for the New York Times Preet Bharara, New York Times
- Capitalists, not socialists, pose the greatest threat to capitalism Randall Holcombe, the Hill
- Can there be peace in Afghanistan? Shreyas Deshmukh, Pragati
- Competition among states wasn’t sufficient for religious liberty Johnson & Koyama, Cato Unbound
- Transnational queenship Michelle Beer, JHIBlog
- Russia the Terrible Timothy Crimmins, Modern Age
From the Russian painter Ilya Repin:
This is a bit different than the traditional “last supper” paintings we are used to, at least here in the States.
From the estimable Russian artist Ilya Repin:
If anybody knows where this is displayed today, please let me know either by email or simply in the ‘comments’ section.
From Ilya Repin, a painter from the Russian Empire:
This is from Russian painter Ilya Repin:
This is by the Russian painter Ilya Repin:
Nikolai Gogol, a famous Russian author, went mad in his 40s and burned the manuscript for the second part of Dead Souls, a classic novel about Russian life in the 19th century.