The Russian Federation

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject - Russia: Religion Orthodox, Russian language, State System. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to Russia.
  2. State System of the Russian Federation.
  3. History and culture.
    1. Leo Tolstoy
  4. Russian Orthodox Church.
  5. Russian language.
  6. Climate and geography.
  7. Other: arts, architecture, mafia, and education
  8. Russian Autonomous Republics
Sub-subject “The Russian Federation” is studied...
  1. Course: Russia
  2. Masters (online): International Business, BRICS Countries, Pacific
  3. Doctorate: Europe
Master for Russian students

Languages of study: English or Spanish Rusia French Russie

Credits of the subject “The Russian Federation”: 0.8 ECTS Credits

Мастер в Международном Бизнесе

Leo Tolstoy Non-violence

Sub-Subject Description (the Russian Federation):

The Russian Federation (Europe)

  1. Russian Population: 146 millions of people
  2. Area: 17,125,246 square kilometres
  3. The capital of Russia: Moscow (12 million Muscovites)
  4. Type of Government: Federal Semi-Presidential constitutional Republic
  5. Russian Federation was created on December 25, 1991, after the collapse of the USSR.
  6. Name in Russian: Российская Федерация
  7. Currency: the Russian Ruble
  8. Eleven time zones
  9. Russian Federation has the highest educational level in the World (40% of the Russian population have college or university degree).
  10. One hundred nationalities live in Russia and thirty-two ethnic divisions
  11. Religion plays a significant position in the public and spiritual life of Russia. The majority of Russians consider themselves as Christians and belongs to Russian Orthodox Church.
  12. The Russian is the official language of the Russian Federation, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic.
  13. The Russian language is one of the six official languages of the United Nations (UN), Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC), and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
  14. The Russian language is important second language in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, Turkmenistan, or Uzbekistan.
  15. Alcohol is a potential trouble in the Russian Federation; vodka is part of the lifestyles of the population.
  16. The chaotic process of privatisation creates the difficulty of establishing clear rules of the market. The proliferation of pressure Groups known as mafias is also problematic.
  17. Moscow is the capital and the biggest city of the Russian Federation. Moscow is the political, economic, international trade, religious, financial, educational, and transport centre of the Russian Federation.
  18. Russia shares borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, and North Korea.
  19. Russia shares maritime borders with Japan and the United States.
  20. Abolition of slavery in Russia: 1861
  21. Russia has 1,000 main cities (with 13 with more that one millions of people).
  22. The biggest Russian cities are Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, and Yekaterinburg.

Russia belongs to the Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation.

Vladimir Potanin Russian Businessman

Russian Autonomous Republics

  1. Abkhazia.
  2. Altay Republic
  3. Adygea Autonomous Republic
  5. The Republic of Buryatia
  6. The Republic OR CHUVASHIA

Sample of the sub-subject Russian Federation:
Russian language Culture

Russian companies

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