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Reading the Enemy's Mind

During a televised call-in session with President Vladimir Putin on Thursday, an engineer from Novosibirsk asked Putin what he thought about former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's comment that Russia ""unjustly controls"" too many natural resources in Siberia.

The Nuclear Gambit with Iran

When President Vladimir Putin was in Tehran last week, one image from the trip was indelible: Putin meeting with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei while President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sat in the corner of the sofa.

Developing a Human Resistance to Autocracy

It is not absolutely necessary that engineers know a lot about human nature to fulfill their professional duties. The basic law of resistance is much more important for them.

E-Tix for the Skies and Rails

Paper tickets are on the way out. Electronic ticketing has arrived and is set to take over.

Self Service

As the logical next step after the proliferation of e-tickets, the International Air Transport Association is encouraging the installation of self-service kiosks.

Where Cozy Sofas Await

They don't sell solyanka at Solyanka. But that's not to say that the new cafe and club doesn't serve up some tasty dishes.

Chef's Secret

Lamb Leg Braised in Red Wine With Mushrooms

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