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EU Asks Russia to Ax Dollar for Euro

European Union leaders on Thursday urged Russia to start accepting euros instead of dollars for its exports, promising a boom in investments and trade.

Ambitious $4Bln Sale Is Up in the Air

As a global debate heats up over slashing harmful greenhouse gases, Russia is readying to pull billions of dollars out of, well, thin air.

Hanssen Indictment Reads Like Spy Novel

A U.S. federal grand jury returned a 57-page court indictment Wednesday accusing veteran FBI agent Robert Phillip Hanssen of spying for Russia since 1985.

A Better Chechnya Policy

The war in Chechnya made Vladimir Putin president. And the same war may bring down his administration. The authorities have no idea how to escape from the present dead-end.

Perhaps There Is a Reason for the UN Vote

Editor, Many U.S. citizens are saying, ""We won't be kicked again"" by the United Nations after getting booted from the UN Human Rights Commission. I think they are wrong.

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