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Safin Advances at the Masters

Former Masters champion Marat Safin, who beat Nalbandian in the 2004 final, had to overcome stiff resistance from Jose Acasuso before claiming a 7-6, 6-7, 6-3 win over the Argentine in the 2006 Madrid Masters on Tuesday.

Silver Lining for Russian Gymnasts

Russia's men restored some national pride yesterday as they captured a surprise silver medal at the Men's Team Final of the World Gymnastics Championships.

CSKA Wins as Moscow Jinx Strikes

Arsenal's winning run in the Champions League came to an abrupt end Tuesday after Brazil's Daniel Carvalho fired CSKA Moscow to a 1-0 victory over last season's finalists.

An Offer That Germany Had to Refuse

Accusations that Russia is using its vast energy supplies as a political weapon draw indignant replies from Moscow.

No More Mr. Nice Guy

U.S. and European leaders have done little to support freedom in Russia or for its beleaguered neighbors.

Understanding Murder in Its Own Context

Russia is simply becoming more Darwinian. It is not only democracy that is dying, but civilization itself. Democracy is just a sign of advanced civilization.

Nobody's Mayor in Samara

I had not been to Samara for many years, but walking around the city streets recently left me somewhat bewildered.

Energy Addiction as a Widespread Affliction

The first step toward curing an addiction is to admit its existence. So it was encouraging when U.S. President George W. Bush admitted in January that ""America is addicted to oil.""

A Very Risky Approach to Risk Management

Reaching new levels of technological development offers obvious advantages to any society, but there is also a downside.

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