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06/21/2009

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Wealthier Moscow Teenagers More Inclined to View U.S. as Russia's Enemy

Nearly half of Muscovite teenagers in relatively well-off family circumstances currently view the United States as an enemy of Russia, a view that less than one-quarter of the poorest and most disadvantaged members of that age share, according to a new survey conducted by researchers at Moscow's Higher School of Economics.

In Search of Russian Theater

A duo of British theater makers came to town last week in search of material for a new project. David Farr, associate director at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and Ferdy Roberts, one of the founders of Filter Theatre, Ltd., had previously collaborated on a work called "Water," which was a huge success in London in 2007. Now they have their sights set on Russian theater. 

In Search of Russian Theater

A duo of British theater makers came to town last week in search of material for a new project. David Farr, associate director at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and Ferdy Roberts, one of the founders of Filter Theatre, Ltd., had previously collaborated on a work called “Water,” which was a huge success in London in 2007. Now they have their sights set on Russian theater. 

Wealthier Moscow Teenagers More Inclined to View U.S. as Russia's Enemy

Nearly half of Muscovite teenagers in relatively well-off family circumstances currently view the United States as an enemy of Russia, a view that less than one-quarter of the poorest and most disadvantaged members of that age share, according to a new survey conducted by researchers at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.
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