Articles by Maria Yulikova



Russian Superiority Remains Alive and Well

When I chose to concentrate on U.S. literature at the Russian State University for the Humanities back in the 1990s, some of my classmates joked that I wanted to study U.S. culture because there was nearly nothing else to study.

Journalists Under Fire

On March 8, 2002, business reporter Natalya Skryl, 29, was assaulted outside the apartment building where she lived in the southwestern city of Taganrog. Skryl was struck a dozen times with a blunt object and died shortly afterward. To this day no one has been charged with her death.