Increase The Peace. - John Singleton

Imagination is the highest kite one can fly. - Lauren Bacall

The global telecommunications revolution provides unequaled opportunities for exchange between countries and cultures long isolated from each other. Below we provide information on telecommunications issues and particularly to those related to exchange and collaboration with Russia.

Many links on our site bring you pages written in Russian. To read them successfully you will need Cyrillic Fonts installed on your computer.


  • Russian Internet Information Infrastructure

    Information about the internet infrastructure in Russia

  • Russian Academic/Research Networks

    Academic/Research Networks in Russia.

  • Russian Internet Service Providers

    A listing of Russian Internet Service Providers.

  • Russian Public Access Sites and Programs

    Internet Public Access Sites in Russia

  • Communities in Russia

    A list of sites describing or representing various Russian communities and regions.

  • Russian Communities Around the World

    A listing of communities around the world made up of those who are of Russian heritage.


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