The New Times (magazine)

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Not to be confused with Novoye Vremya (newspaper).
Video podcast studio of The New Times, 2008

The New Times or Novoye Vremya (Russian: Новое Время) is a Russian language magazine in Russia[1] established in 1943 in the Soviet Union. The current version, established in 1988, is a liberal, independent Russian weekly news magazine, publishing for Russia and Armenia. (During the Soviet times it was a multi-language political magazine which followed the official party line.) Currently, its chief editor is Russian investigative journalist, political scientist, writer and radio host Yevgenia Albats.[2]

The magazine contains articles on politics, economics, social life and journalist investigations. Additionally, a number of columnists provide the readers with their opinions regarding recent news and events.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ The New Times website
  2. ^ "Редакция New Times". Retrieved 23 February 2010.