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A brief look at the stories making headlines in the Russian-language press

Safin Warns of Chilean Threat

Australian Open champion Marat Safin warned his Russian teammates on Tuesday not to take lightly first-round Davis Cup opponent Chile.

TV Truths, National Interests and Visa Miseries

Bovt practically accused NTV's audience and ""the entire country"" of xenophobia and chauvinism, and only because he didn't like the results of the vote on Vladimir Solovyov's program.

Smoother Sailing for the Good Ship Russia

The fleet of the world economy appears to have weathered well the storms of last year, which were characterized by high commodity prices, persistent global macroeconomic imbalances and lingering geopolitical concerns.

No Piece of Cake to Restore St. Pete

St. Petersburg construction companies have an extraordinary appetite, especially when they are licking their lips over the pie at the center of the city.

North Atlantic Disinterest

On his recent travels through Europe, U.S. President George W. Bush tried to put his best face forward.

Supreme Court Ruling Betrays Global Anxiety

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday to bring the United States into accord with Iran, Yemen, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo -- not to mention every other country in the world -- by outlawing the execution of juveniles.

Harvard Business Grad Managing His Luck

Many people who know Vitaly Ozira think that he was born with luck on his side.


Pyotr Panov has joined the Moscow office of The Boston Consulting Group as deputy director.

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