The Moscow Times is the Weekly English-language newspaper in Russia. Its team of professional foreign and Russian journalists allows readers all over the world to receive fresh information and analysis, eyewitness accounts, motives and prognoses of all aspects of Russian current affairs. The newspaper focuses on the main business, political and cultural events as well as also key players in Russian finance. Only in The Moscow Times can you read an unbiased point of view of foreign and Russian journalists about Russian oligarchs, Kremlin politics, the oil sector, relations between Russia and Chechnya, Georgia and Ukraine, as well as special investigations into corruption at the highest echelons of power. We embody the most important principles of Western journalism: independence, accuracy and competency.
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The new owner of the Moscow Times hopes that the new weekly format will save on costs and turn the Moscow Times into the black financially. Since Kindle newspapers are advertising free, I haven't been able to keep up with any decline in advertising revenue, but I'll be happy to re-subscribe once the new delivery schedule has been implemented by the Moscow Times and the Kindle team. Right now (November 11th 2015) it feels like Groundhog Day in my Kindle as today’s issue is exactly the same as yesterday’s.
Among the highlights of the Moscow Times are relevant news from Russia and abroad from both their own staff and wire services; the business section in particular is very interesting since where little green men will (dis)appear next can be hinted at in the Bourse dispatches, in paraphrase of Moltke the Elder. When it comes to political news, the latest initiatives going around the Kremlin with much fanfare will either never be heard much about again, or take pretty much everyone by surprise.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I tried three issues and didn't find that it was authentic or reflect the real affairs in Russia.Published 7 months ago by Edward Adolph
Deep down the reporting in the Moscow is rather shallow. OK as an on the run contact with the most significant events of the day. Read morePublished on October 7, 2014 by Jannie
This is a really great compilation of news from across the spectrum of Russian news, politics, business, sports, etc. A little bit less biased than RT. Read morePublished on June 15, 2014 by Brandon Haenny
Obviously from the Russian point of view. I added this due to the Crimean Conflict , to see the other point of view. Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by Michael Levin
This paper was just average and I do not think that I would like to read it daily. It was interesting to read a paper from another country.Published on October 30, 2013 by kmjog