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Fishing Quotas Put on Auction Block

Russia has never before auctioned off fishing quotas, but come Saturday fishing companies will be given the chance to bid for pollack and herring from the Okhotsk Sea.

Gusinsky’s American VP Stands By Him

Imagine this: You are a 28-year-old high-flying research analyst at a prestigious investment bank in London. Two Ferraris. An apartment in the City.

At Long Last Putin Gives a 'Guarantee'

We were pleasantly startled by Putin's guarantee that Russia's 13 percent income tax is here to stay.

Aid That Works

A ""new direction"" in the Bush administration will risk rule-of-law assistance that is working.

A Ride From Epiphany to Disillusion

Do you know what happens when you get home and open the large box with boards and nails that should theoretically become a piece of IKEA furniture?

Generals Prefer Restoration

Are Russia's military chiefs — all of whom were trained in Soviet military academies — ready to depart from the tried-and-true in order to create a truly different military?

Court Gives NTV Welcome Reprieve

Media-MOST won a small but potentially important victory Wednesday in its battle to retain control of NTV.

Nazdratenko Discusses Career Plans With Putin

The former governor of Primorye region, Yevgeny Nazdratenko, emerged from a meeting with Vladimir Putin on Wednesday saying the two had discussed the region's energy woes.

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