Life in Russia - Interviews, Video Shots, Articles

Author: Dimitry Paranyushkin (on 14 Aug 2009)




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Best
Interviews:
   
Rita:

"I believe
that Russia has always been a country that was dominating,
then intimidating, and then as a balancing power to America."

read more...
  Nikolay:

"Some people live like sheeps, consuming the reality
they impose on themselves..."

read more...
 

Vitya:

"I want foreigners to come to my country and see how
great it is...
"

read more...


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