The Russia Journal
History and profile
The Russia Journal was founded in 1998 by Ajay Goyal, who served as publisher and chief editor. The magazine was published weekly in the early 2000s. The monthly print magazine version ended in 2005. Its online activity continued until 2007 before it stopped offering new information. The Russia Journal published business news, analysis, commentary and information from Russia. The website offers an archive of its online version from 1999–2005.
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- "Mondo Times", the worldwide media directory, 2001–2009
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