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Ustinov's Men Win Kremlin Kudos

Thousands of top prosecutors gathered in the Kremlin on Thursday for a three-day celebration of their achievements and aspirations.

Building Bridges to Billion-Dollar Dreams

Viktor Razbegin has a $50 billion building project that makes the Chunnel between England and France look like a high school science project.

It's Hit or- Miss With Helsinki Radar

Over the past six months, at least 20 planes, most of them from Aeroflot's fleet, simply did not show up on the screen of Helsinki airport's new air-traffic control radar.

Vodka, Not Beer, Is the Real Issue

It is especially frustrating to watch government agencies address serious problems with proposals that are almost laughably inadequate. The latest case in point came Tuesday.

Rumsfeld's Rule

Donald Rumsfeld will likely become U.S. defense secretary. There is good reason for those troubled by the Pentagon’s increasingly untamed and extravagant programs to worry.

It's Trotsky and Bukharin All Over Again

The debate over economic strategy is becoming increasingly heated in Russia’s ruling circles, because the ruling elite is deeply divided between two opposing economic policies.

Civilians Must Live With NATO's Radiation

Editor, It is touching to see how concerned the media are with the fate of the few thousand NATO soldiers, without uttering a word about the 10 million Serbs and Albanians.

Outgoing Cohen Speaks Frankly on Russia

U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen speaking 10 days before he leaves office questioned whether Russia under Vladimir Putin will complete its transition to democracy.

Chechnya Scoured for Abducted American

Officials said Thursday they were scouring Chechnya for a U.S. aid worker kidnapped by gunmen, but Chechnya's top human rights envoy was pessimistic about securing his release.

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