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A New G8 Opportunity on AIDS

As the 25th anniversary of the start of the AIDS epidemic takes place this summer, we will look back on a world forever changed.

Some Extreme Legislation

The Public Chamber wants to save Russian voters from themselves. It wants legislation that would define extremism -- a perennially elusive political term -- and allow the authorities to weed out extremists so that they cannot register as candidates in any election.

The Price of Reunification

When voters in Montenegro went to the polls in late May to cast their ballots in a referendum on whether to end the country's nearly century-old union with Serbia, the Russian leadership looked on with obvious interest.

Sometimes Putin's Point Is Found in the Analysis

During a meeting with journalists last week, President Vladimir Putin was asked whether Russia would support sanctions if Iran refused to halt its uranium enrichment program.

Somewhere Between War and Peace Lies Soccer

The football World Cup is coming, which means a flurry of desperate attempts by tournament promoters to excite Americans about an event that electrifies the rest of the world. This year is no different.

Making a Business of Uniting East and West

A pioneer in local business, Robert Courtney keeps developing new enterprises.


Natalia Konstantinova has taken over the management of Liden & Denz's Moscow center, the language school has announced.

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