Russia’s population is much better educated than other countries with comparable living standards. But Russia stands to lose out on that advantage if it does not soon invest in the maintenance of its ‘human capital’ by Jody Overland and Michael Spagat SOVIET COSMONAUT YURII GAGARIN WAS the first man to orbit Earth. Since the 1930s, […]

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