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Kafelnikov Still Writing Farewell Script

Yevgeny Kafelnikov has already rewritten the script several times for the finale of his tennis career. Leading Russia to Davis Cup victory against France last December would be a perfect final act, he decided.

Piracy For Progress: In the Past and the Present

A few weeks ago, U.S. Ambassador Alexander Vershbow wrote in The Moscow Times about the importance of protecting intellectual property in rebuilding Russia's economy; of course, readers know he really means in strengthening America's economy.

Picking Up the Pick-Up Lingo of the Season

As Moscow is decked out not with boughs of holly, but street banners advertising entertainment like: (See in the new year with a disco), it's time to make sure your party language is up to your party behavior.

Road Map Should Not Be Abandoned

President George W. Bush has been a staunch supporter of Israel and its prime minister, Ariel Sharon. Washington often refuses to criticize Israel for its tough tactics against Palestinians, tactics that other nations condemn.

Europe Searches for Lost Solidarity

The ignominious collapse of last week's European Union summit, as the leaders were attempting to finalize a new constitutional treaty to govern their future (mis)behavior, was scarcely unprecedented.

Iran Signs Inspections Protocol

Iran signed a key accord Thursday opening its nuclear facilities to intrusive inspections, a Western demand amid lingering suspicions that Tehran might be concealing an atomic weapons program.

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