“It will take some time to get back to normal relations.”
Red Notice’s subtitle – A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man’s Fight for Justice – captures the many levels on which this book succeeds: thriller, business saga and powerful denunciation of injustice.
Emory‘s School of Law is hosting a delegation of Russian law professors this week as part of an experiential learning exchange program introducing them to various trial techniques. The law professors are from the URAL State University in Yekaterinburg on the border of Asia and Europe and are sponsored by the U.S. Russian Foundation for […]
Russia‘s offer to sell Iran S300 surface-to-air missiles and theUnited States‘ sending the U.S. 173rd Airborne Brigade to theUkraine may not be an indication that a new Cold War is at hand.
The days when U.S. poultry exporters considered Russia their primary overseas market are officially over, according to the Stone Mountain-based USA Poultry & Egg Export Council, which announced on Feb. 10 that U.S. poultry exports set a new record last year despite a Russian embargo of most U.S. food and agricultural products. “In the late […]
Columbus-based Total Systems Services Inc. (TSYS) has been closely involved with the development of Russia‘s payment systems and automated teller machine networks since it entered the country in 1991. A TSYS joint venture was the first company to provide point-of-sale terminals in Russia and it claims to have processed the first ATM transaction in the […]
Earlier this month, a panel of experts tackled whether the U.S. and Russia have embarked on a sequel to the Cold War during a weekend of reflection on the 25 years since the collapse of the Soviet Union at Agnes Scott College in Decatur.
Atlanta-based freelance photographer Kevin Liles, an alumnus of Clayton State University, is blogging from an assignment in Sochi, Russia, the host of the controversial 2014 Winter Olympics. Mr. Liles has worked on newspapers around Georgia and has had photos appear in national publications like The New York Times and USA Today. He is currently on assignment for the latter. He graduated […]
The performance of the State Symphony Capella of Russia at the Cathedral of St. Philip two years ago was considered an artistic achievement. The return of the capella group to the cathedral on Saturday, Dec. 14, is another opportunity for Georgians to hear one of the finest groups in the world, according to Dale Adelmann, […]
Last year AGCO announced that it would expand its presence in Russia following the country’s entry into the World Trade Organization.