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09/10/2001

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Russia Avoids 'Hot Money' Sanctions

Although escaping sanctions Russia will remain on a money laundering blacklist for at least another year.

President, Nemtsov Bicker on Chechnya

Putin struck out at liberal politician Boris Nemtsov for proposing talks with Chechen rebel leaders.

Investor vs. Bureaucrat

What are the key factors deterring potential investors from investing in Russia?

Russia-Haters Strike at State With Really Long Article

A year ago this weekend, we published a report about vote fraud in the March 2000 presidential elections.

Love Your Wife With A ?Yellow-Blue Vase'

A woman loves with her ears. In my family life I have rigidly adhered to this rule, and it has worked.

Loose Coypus On Board!

I don't care what statisticians say about airlines being safer than driving.

The CEC vs. The Moscow Times

To Our Readers Has something you've read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage? Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact telephone number in case we need to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you. Email the Opinion Page Editor The Central Election Commission makes a handful of arguments against our Sept. 9, 2000 elections fraud expose. I'll take them one by one. Quotes from the CEC are in italics. ""Back on June 28, 2000, and on July 10, 2000 -- in other words, long before her September publication -- Moscow Times journalist Y[evgenia] Borisova asked the CEC press service for information for an article about the presidential elections. Her request was met. However, a significant amount of the information provided was not brought to her readers. Moreover, some facts and statements were altered ..."" This is my favorite part.

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