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Kosovo Talks Much More Than Kosovo

For most people, being a state citizen is as much a reality as having parents, but the international order also has its orphans.

3 Possible Successors

At a meeting on Saturday with the management of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Company, President Vladimir Putin reserved for himself the right to express an opinion about possible future presidential candidates.

A Month of Consolidation

April was a month of regional consolidation. President Vladimir Putin signed a new law that established the date and procedures for election of representatives to the legislative body of the newly consolidated Perm region.

A Grand Bargain Still Only Solution on Iran

The world is entering a critical moment over the Iranian nuclear controversy, one that will decide whether a prolonged standoff will now spiral into conflict or settle into crisis management that might yield a workable compromise.

Blokhin Takes Gamble on Injured Shevchenko

Ukraine coach Oleh Blokhin named Andriy Shevchenko in his 23-man squad Monday for the World Cup despite the AC Milan striker's knee injury.

From Dry Holes to 3-D Success Story

Modern smart-drilling techniques are helping Russian companies find new sources of oil.

Telenor's Court Case Dismissed

The Moscow Arbitration Court on Monday dismissed Norwegian telecoms company Telenor's case against Russia's second-largest mobile phone operator, VimpelCom.

Grozny's Reconstruction Has Observers Puzzled

Even at night the fresh sounds rise above one of the most ruined cities on earth. They are the thumps of hammers and mallets, and the rumbles of diesel engines. Lights glow inside the shells of broken buildings, where masons are at work.

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