The proportion of interethnic marriages in Russia varies widely depending on ethnicity. How common mixed-ethnicity families are depends largely on couples' ability to overcome cultural, religious and social differences between their ethnic groups and also on settlement and migration patterns.
In the issue: Mortality in Russia: the second epidemiologic revolution that never was. Economic and social implications of the demographic transition (translation from English). Mortality from external causes of death in Russia over the past half-century. Ethnically mixed families in the Russian Federation. Health and well-being of the elderly with various religious background in Europe. On demographic development of the BRICS countries.