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Bykov Finally Gets His Day in Court

After a yearlong investigation and months of delays, the trial of magnate Anatoly Bykov opened Monday.

J-7 Maker Airs Its Dirty Laundry

Wimm-Bill-Dann has opened itself up as required by the New York Stock Exchange's disclosure requirements.

What Is to Be Done With Axis of Evil?

True leadership means being a catalyst for changing behavior that threatens U.S. interests.

Moratorium on TV6 Tender Is Needed

Since the TV6 verdict the actions of the parties in the conflict have looked completely schizophrenic.

Never a Dull Moment With Local Racketeers

There isn't much to commend Baku about at this time of year and someone has still got my wallet.

Anti-Davos Gets Up Steam

The World Social Forum in Porto Alegre was conceived as an alternative to the Davos World Economic Forum.

Karabakh: The Agony of a Stagnant Peace

Located on Azeri soil, the disputed enclave of Nagorny Karabakh has existed as a de facto section of Armenia since 1994 and a devastating six-year war with Azerbaijan.

Ivanov Drops by Kabul With a Pledge

Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov promised on Monday that Russia would help rebuild Afghanistan, saying in return he had won a promise not to harbor terrorists or drug traffickers.

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