Tales of the New Cold War: The Two Origin Documents of Russiagate: 1 of 2: Stephen F. Cohen @NYU @Princeton eastwestaccord.com.

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The contemporary art of Russia (the ongoing series, issue I). The view of St. Boris and Gleb Monastery by Nikolai Borovskoy. Oil on canvas. 2001. The private collection of K. Moskalenko. The paintings depicts the Rostov Monastery of St. Boris and Gleb (founded 1363), situated between Rostov and Uglich, in the urban locality Borisoglebsky, Yaroslavl Oblast. Nikolai Ivanovich Borovskoy (born 1946) is a Soviet and Russian painter and a teacher of art, a People's Artist of the Russian Federation, a full member of Russian Academy of Arts. The stamp of Russia, 14.00 Rubles, 12 September 2011, PTC Marka Catalogue No 1513, Michel No 1745. Coated paper, varnish coating, bronze paste. Offset printing. Perforation: comb 12:11½. Size of the stamp: 50×37 mm. Print run: 270,000. )

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Tales of the New Cold War: The Two Origin Documents of Russiagate: 1 of 2: Stephen F. Cohen @NYU @Princeton eastwestaccord.com.