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How to Get Past Face Control at the Library

Russian federal archives contain more than 600 million documents, each year drawing historians, linguists, literature theorists and amateur genealogists from Russia and abroad.

A Presidential Transfer of Hubris

The fallout from U.S. President George W. Bush's crash-and-burn approval ratings does not stop at the water's edge. Other leaders -- in particular, President Vladimir Putin -- oppose U.S. goals and policies abroad more directly and forcefully as Bush's support and his time left in office fade away together.

Destabilizing the Situation

The authorities often accuse journalists of destabilizing situations. Last week, I did the opposite: I honestly tried to debunk some myths about Dagestan.

Plucky Parents Choose Home Schooling

Kids in about 30 expatriate families are taught at home. Some learn by dressing up, others via video-tape.

A Fraternal Dinner to Help Foreign Students

Life can be tough for foreign students in Moscow. Far from their families, they face icy winters, a fiendish language and, occasionally, racism.

An Overview of Government Plans to Improve the Tax System

The government's medium-term socio-economic development program adopted at the beginning of this year sets as a main priority the improvement of the tax system.

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