|First issue||June 2004|
|Final issue||18 October 2010|
Russky Newsweek or Newsweek Russia was a Russian-language news magazine published in Russia between 2004 and 2010 as the Russian edition of Newsweek. It was the first news magazine with a Western origin published in the country.
Russky Newsweek was established in June 2004. The license of the magazine was held by the Axel Springer Russia, a subsidiary of Axel Springer AG. The magazine was published on a weekly basis by Axel Springer Russia. The weekly featured detailed articles some of which were critical of Kremlin.
Leonid Parfyonov and Alexander Gordeev served as the editors-in-chief of Russky Newsweek. Mikhail Fishman was the last editor-in-chief. The magazine was printed in light weight coated paper provided by LEIPA.
Russky Newsweek was the recipient of the Press Leaders-2008 award of the Association of Press Distributors in the category of general interest magazines.