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Clinton’s Policy on Moscow Attacked

The White House is disputing a report that its administration turned a blind eye to corruption in Russia.

Tough Guys Show Softer Side With Poetry

What is the favorite Russian pastime? Fishing? Going to the banya? Drinking vodka? Try poetry writing.

Kremlin Casts Eye On Fall Elections

A pack of defense top dogs are poised to run for the gubernatorial seats in 33 regions.

Yeltsin’s Memoirs to Hit Shelves Soon, Says Aide

A book by former President Boris Yeltsin, covering his final years in office will appear in the coming weeks.

Onako Puts Kremlin on Fresh Path

Onako Puts Kremlin on Fresh Path

The Drama Unfolds

Theatrically speaking, Putin is the Romance between Yeltsin’s Comedy and the nation's future Tragedy.

Russia’s Actors Highly Adept At Pretense

Why do Russians love theater so much? Some think it is the nation's only true remaining institution.

Chechnya: A Vicious Circle

After August's three disasters, what major calamity is next? The most obvious answer: Chechnya.

Rising Golf Star Eyes Russian PGA

Despite being a very young sport in Russia, golf has found a loyal following and many young competitors from the former Soviet Union are showing great potential.

Lawmakers Keep Their Immunity

The State Duma rejected a propsed bill regarding the immunity from prosecution that lawmakers now enjoy.

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