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02/13/2002

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Top Court Slaps Down 'Pasko Law'

The military arm of the Supreme Court has invalidated a document being used in several espionage cases.

Expat Exec Takes Gas Protest to Kremlin

Outspoken investor William Browder is taking his gripes about Gazprom to the presidential administration.

Lukashenko Pops His Top Over Baltika

Minsk strongman Alexander Lukashenko on Tuesday threatened to ban Baltika from investing in Belarus.

Doing for, Not Doing To

Colin Powell's statements last week were an important indicator of the U.S.-Russian relationship.

The Fox, the Hare and the Bear

At the end of last year there was a changing of the guard at the Ust-Ilimsky timber production facility.

Tale of Fatherly Love and Crime for Our Time

Much that seems commonplace in today's Russia would have been unthinkable in the not-too-distant past.

Ivanov: U.S. Will Leave Central Asia

Russia is not overly concerned about U.S. military in Central Asia and expects the troops to leave shortly after the counter-terrorism operation in Afghanistan is completed.

Alternative Service Bill Goes to Cabinet

The military, Cabinet and State Duma Tuesday reached a compromise bill on alternative military service.

Outstanding Heating Bills Wreak Havoc in Far East

Regional court marshals in Nakhodka have cordoned off three building s and confiscated several cars.

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