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Neo-Cons and Neo-Cheks

It has become increasingly difficult for Moscow and Washington to keep up the pretense that they are strategic partners in the global battle with ""international terrorism.""

Uncle Albert's Brush With PC America

Not long ago my friend Albert went to the United States to visit relatives who had emigrated in the early 1990s.

Good Pheasant Hunting, Brezhnev-Style

KGB agents in scuba gear used to swim under Nikita Khrushchev's boat, putting fish on his hook.

From Rogue Dictator To WMD Disarmer

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, a model rogue dictator and sponsor of international terrorism in the 1980s, has been trying to rehabilitate himself for the better part of a decade.

Bridging Gap on Iraqi Debt

James Baker is quickly showing how old-fashioned diplomacy can advance Washington's policy objectives.

FSB: 5 Foreign Spies Caught This Year

Federal Security Service chief Nikolai Patrushev praised the work of intelligence agents Friday, saying the FSB caught five foreign spies this year.

Patrushev Blames Basayev For Blasts

Federal Security Service chief Nikolai Patrushev blamed Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev on Friday for a series of suicide bombings that has set the country on edge.

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