Moskva (Москва, Moscow) is a Russian monthly literary magazine founded in 1957 in Moscow.
Moskva magazine was established in 1957, originally as an organ of the RSFSR Union of Writers and its Moscow department. Its first editor was Nikolay Atarov (1957-1958), succeeded by Yevgeny Popovkin (1958-1968). It was during his time that (in December 1966 - January 1967 issues) for the first time ever Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita was published.
The magazine's third editor-in-chief Mikhail Alekseyev has brought its selling figures to record highs (775 thousand in 1989) and made history too by publishing Nikolay Karamzin's History of the Russian State (1989-1990) for the first time since 1917. In the 1990s and 2000s, under Vladimir Krupin (1990-1992) and Leonid Borodin (1992-2008), Moskva, along with Nash Sovremennik magazine and Alexander Prokhanov’s Den/Zavtra newspapers, moved into the vanguard of the so-called 'spiritual opposition' movement. In 1993 the subtitle, The Magazine of Russian Culture, was added to the magazine’s title.
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Blinken said the United States has engaged with Russia to express its concerns over Moscow's alleged actions, such interfering in the 2020 US elections and the hack against SolarWinds and other private and government entities.
The Biden administration yesterday announced tough new sanctions on Russia in response to the Kremlin's interference in US elections and its sprawling hacking operation that breached vital government agencies and private companies. Russia's Foreign Ministry said it was "unavoidable" that Moscow would respond to the sanctions.� THE BIG STORY ...WORLD.
intelligence agencies assessed in January was “likely” carried out by Russian hackers and compromised at least nine agencies and 100 private sector groups. The ODNI wrote that the SolarWinds incident “demonstrates Moscow’s capability and intent to target and potentially disrupt public and private organizations in the United States.”.
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