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Izvestia Needs Perfection, Not Revolution

The benefits of owning Izvestia must be measured in terms other than its shareholders' profits.

The End of the Putin Reform Era

The consensus on an election-season interlude is wrong: The Putin reform era appears to be over.

Ilham's Motley Crew of Foreign Well-Wishers

It was educational to see how the world reacted to the rigging and the violence of the Azeri elections.

Pavlovsky's Tricky Situation

Of all the political movers and shakers buzzing around the Kremlin these days, Gleb Pavlovsky is rightly considered one of the most successful.

APEC Summit Deals With N. Korea, Terrorism

U.S. President George W. Bush on Monday pushed for Asian support on a new overture to end a North Korean nuclear standoff that has cast a shadow over the region for more than a year. A new North Korean missile test underscored the prickly issue.

U.S. Uses Diplomacy to Win Over Yemen

The United States used the full might of its armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan to rout its enemies. But when it came to Yemen, Washington chose diplomacy over conflict.

Bosnia's Izetbegovic Dies at 78

Alija Izetbegovic, the former Bosnian president whose dream of a Muslim-led independent Bosnia and Herzegovina was transformed by Balkan ethnic rivalries into a protracted war, died Sunday in Sarajevo. He was 78 years old.

Iran May Mothball Uranium Facilities

Iranian President Mohammad Khatami indicated Sunday that Tehran may halt uranium enrichment, which some Western governments say could be used to make atomic bombs, if it is allowed to keep its civilian atomic energy program.

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