I'll add additional comments to go with this later today (consider this a draft). The Russian Academy of Sciences has published an infographic depicting Russia's unmanned space exploration roadmap to 2024.
Russia's manned and unmanned space programs have suffered several prominent failures in the last year or so, so this roadmap should be considered notional at best. And yet we should wish them only success, since some of the destinations are exciting ones that would both add much to human knowledge of the solar system (Sun, Mars, Phobos, Galilean moons of Jupiter, Venus), help protect Earth (Apophis), and are geared to lay the ground work for human settlement of our Moon.
The image above is just a thumbnail. The full infographic is after the jump.