Articles by Judi Buehrer



Post-Coup Journey on the Silk Road

Foreign Adoptions Face Tougher Laws

An Architect's Bold Building Plan

Putting Volunteerism Back to Work

Russia's Charities Struggle Against Restrictive Rules

Donations Rescue Soup Kitchens

African Students Stranded in Moscow

Dutch Pay Respects to Dead Soldier

Grain Sale Funds To Aid Poor Here

Hanoi Censors Student Broadcaster

The Dutch Embassy Spreads a New Wing

Cold War Data Details Downed Planes

U. S. : Hunt for POWs Hindered by Russians

Humanitarian Aid: Red Cross in Russia

Getting U. S. Assistance Here Still a 'Complicated' Process

Complaints Aside, Water Here

News Bureaus Call Out the Big Guns

U. S. Embassy Warns Staff About Protests

New Bar on Tap, Residents See Red

Crime Against Foreigners Continues to Soar

Flat's Security Lacking

New Food Tests Yield Bad News

Turkey Spearheads Peace Initiative

Sociologist Takes Swipe At Russian Drug Laws

Women Criticize Government

Foreigners: Fighting Back Against Moscow Crime

Returning to Turkey With Mixed Feelings

Tax Adviser: U. S. Citizens Have to File

Republics, Travel and the Eternal Visa Conundrum

Wallenburg Riddle Investigated