Articles by Valery Zubov



How to Transform the Far East Into a Gold Mine

Russia's bureaucracy just took another step toward perfection. Now Crimea, the North Caucasus and the Far East federal districts will have their own presidential envoys, ministers and, in all likelihood, deputy prime ministers.

RusHydro Should Pay For Power Plant Tragedy

More than 70 people perished in last week’s accident at the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric plant in southern Siberia.

One Giant Cherkizovsky

The situation surrounding Cherkizovsky Market in Moscow has raised many questions. Once they are answered, we can better understand the long-term trend in the country’s economic policies as a whole.

The Budget Process Hits Homes

The money is there, but is not being used where it is most needed. Municipal revenues should go to improving living conditions.