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08/30/2005

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Press Review

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

The Building Blocks of Stronger Trade

Russia is not taking full advantage of its foreign trade potential. It needs to join the WTO first and only then worry about regional ties.

Rushing Toward Irresponsibility

In early May, Swiss authorities arrested former Nuclear Power Minister Yevgeny Adamov on a U.S. warrant. Shortly thereafter a State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party, or LDPR, called for Adamov to be returned to Russia or physically eliminated in order to keep state secrets from falling into the hands of the Americans.

Still Fighting World War III

A more realistic scenario for military exercises would bring to light the inadequacies in training and strategy.

A Fashion Statement From Kremlin Source

One day, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin was sitting in his Kremlin office studying Tatar, when suddenly the tall door of the presidential office swept silently open and the deputy head of Vladimir Vladimirovich's administration, Vladislav Yuryevich Surkov, came into the room.

10 Years of TLC for Down Syndrome Children

Downside Up seeks to offer preschool learning and promote understanding of DS children's abilities.

Katrina Sweeps Oil Over $70

Crude oil futures briefly surged past $70 per barrel for the first time Monday as Hurricane Katrina barreled toward the heart of U.S. oil operations in the Gulf of Mexico, shutting down an estimated 1 million barrels of refining capacity.

Global Satellite Giant Created in $3Bln Deal

Intelsat agreed to buy PanAmSat Holding Corp. for $3.2 billion in cash to form the world's largest commercial satellite operator, seeking to cut costs and add broadcasting customers including Time Warner's CNN.

EU to Unlock Chinese Imports

European Union Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson said Monday that he had started moves to unblock Chinese textile imports held up at EU frontiers.

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