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Putin Balks at Footing World Bank Bill

The government may cancel World Bank loans requiring technical assistance as a mandatory component.

Frito-Lay To Sink $40M in Factory

Frito-Lay announced that it will plow $40 million into building a snack food plant outside Moscow, picking up where it left off when the financial crisis hit in August 1998.

NTV Spirit Must Be Kept Alive

Gazprom, the state-controlled gas giant, does not need -- and has never needed -- media companies.

Better Low Than High

While the world's biggest problem is terrorism, many believe that Russia's is falling oil prices.

Press Freedom Under Attack in the U.S.A.

It has become clear that a war on terrorism will require a new equilibrium between freedom and security.

Diplomacy Aside, U.S. Tragedy Strikes a Chord

Though having little in common with the U.S., Azerbaijan has felt nothing but sorrow since Sept. 11.

Facing WTO Life Sentence

The Kremlin is now trying to get from the West what the West has always dreamed of taking from Russia.

Health Ministry Offers Anthrax Aid

Russia's Health Minister has offered the U.S. help in fighting outbreaks of the deadly disease anthrax.

Shevardnadze to Putin: Let's Talk

President Eduard Shevardnadze insists that Russia work with Georgia to resolve the conflict in Abkhazia.

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