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Unity Party Challenges Communists

In a surprise move, the pro-Kremlin Unity party said Monday it will join the Communists in the State Duma in seeking a no-confidence vote in the government of Mikhail Kasyanov.

Germany Dumping OPEC For Russia

The European Union's plans to make Russia its major energy supplier are gradually becoming reality.

Creator of 'Ne Boltai' Poster Speaks Out

The image is one of the most famous and enduring ones to come out of the Soviet Union, but designer Nina Vatolina is not amused by present interpretations of her work.

Putin Should Follow Up On Adamov

The State Duma has made some serious allegations that Yevgeny Adamov has abused his power.

It Doesn't Add Up

Of all the transition economies, Russia has been among the last to begin a recovery.

America Will Pay to Buff Our Image

Press Minister Mikhail Lesin announced his intention of correcting Russia's negative image abroad.

Putin Rebuilds Oligarchy

Despite acclaim for reducing the clout of Russia's oligarchs, Putin has been highly selective.

Stick Out Your Tongue And Let Boris Have It

Let's face it. One hears an awful lot of repitition when it comes to names in Russia.

Nuclear Ministry Denies Foul Play

The Nuclear Power Ministry on Monday denied corruption allegations leveled against the head of the agency, Yevgeny Adamov, by the State Duma's anti-corruption commission.

Russia Demands U.S. Explain Tunnel Reports

The Foreign Ministry demanded an explanation concerning reports that U.S. intelligence services dug a tunnel under the Soviet embassy in Washington during the 1980s.

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