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Tajiks May Open Bases to U.S. Troops

After President Putin gave the Central Asian states a green light to support U.S. military action, Russia hinted that Tajikistan might offer the use of its main airport.

Oil-Wary Cabinet Passes 2002 Budget

The government has voiced concerns over the impact of falling global oil prices on the draft 2002 budget.

Loss of Innocence and Imagined Immunity

In our haste to do something, let us not lose sight of the ethical and practical outcome of retaliation.

Kazakhstan Is Russia Writ Large

It's nice to know that in former Soviet republics, they lord it over country even more so than in Russia.

Bundestag Gives Putin Standing Ovation

President Vladimir Putin underlined Russia's commitment to fighting terrorism and to friendship with the West on Tuesday in an address to the German parliament.

Chechnya Deadline Needs Grain of Salt

Officials began preparing for Chechen rebels to respond to the ultimatum put forward by President Putin.

NATO Chief Sees An Ally in Russia

The attacks on the U.S. have pushed NATO and Russia closer together by providing them a common enemy.

Pope's Health Falters on Armenia Visit

Pope John Paul II, looking frail and tired, struggled with a speech shortly after arriving Tuesday for a three-day visit to pay tribute to Armenia's ancient Christian church.

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