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09/20/2006

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Maskaev's Hard Path to American Dream

The man pedaling the bicycle is hard to ignore: measuring 1.91 meters and weighing 107 kilograms, with a physique as hard as the asphalt beneath his wheels.

A Policy Shift That Could Echo at Home

Finding the right balance in its reaction to Sunday's referendum in Transdnestr must have been tricky for the Foreign Ministry.

Ruble Cuts Both Ways

In the short run, making the ruble fully convertible makes Russia an even more attractive place for foreign investors.

A Place Where They'll Kill a Central Banker

Would it be possible for someone in the United States to kill Alan Greenspan to prevent a review of mortgage rates on his or her private home?

Clashing Civilizations Across the Bosphorus

The rituals of the ""clash of civilizations"" are by now well established.

Military Takes Control of Bangkok

The first military coup in Thailand in 15 years occurs while the country's prime minister is in New York.

Israel to Withdraw All Troops

Israel's military chief said Tuesday that Israel planned to withdraw all remaining troops from Lebanon by this weekend, meeting a key requirement of a cease-fire that ended its recent 34-day war against Hezbollah.

U.S. Backs Off European Allies on Iran Issue

U.S. President George W. Bush exhorted Iran to ""come to the table"" to discuss its nuclear weapons program while Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the world would have a credibility problem if it did not confront Tehran.

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