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World Economic Forum Storms Into Town

Police are bracing for scores of protesters as more than 300 of the world's leading business figures will descend on Moscow this weekend for a two-day World Economic Forum.

The Man Who Wants to Keep Russia Sober

It's not easy being the man in charge of the All-Russian Temperance Society. In fact, in a country that loves its booze, the challenge is next to impossible.

Uzbek Sacrifices Freedom and Teeth

World attention is focused on Uzbekistan because it is a leading base for the U.S. war on the Taliban, but some argue it looks disturbingly like 1970s Iran under the shah.

The Battle for the Disenchanted Majority

Since Sept. 11, the U.S. has been engaged in a battle for the hearts and minds of global public opinion.

On Bureaucratic Woes, the Taliban and Betting

""Governments must appoint ambassadors worthy of their position as a guest in Russia and overhaul the visa regime so that it is a humane, decent and efficient process.""

Jordan, Dybal to Lead Gazprom's Media Sale

NTV general director Boris Jordan and Alexander Dybal will lead a divided Gazprom-Media team that will see the company sell off the media outlets it seized from Media-MOST.

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