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Like It or Not, the Word is Authoritarian

Of the epithets regularly applied to President Vladimir Putin and his political practices, ""authoritarian"" in particular seems to rankle the Kremlin and its supporters.

Strictly Orthodox

Last year, about 2,500 immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet Union began their conversions to Judaism.

Private Riches Behind the Public Poverty

Flying out of Moscow recently, I chatted with the head of a medium-size technology firm.

Ravioli on the Riverside

When the Pinocchio pizzeria on Kamergersky Pereulok closed, it was a sad day for fans of al fresco Italian dining.

Restaurant News

The Dymov No. 1 chain of beer and grill restaurants has introduced a new business-lunch deal.

To the Top With a Tracksuit

Jennifer Lopez may have brought tracksuits into style but Katya Gomiashvili took them all the way to high fashion -- with the help of ""it girl"" actress Chloe Sevigny modeling for her campaign, and an attention-grabbing $10,000 price tag on a single tracksuit top.

First Person

I was searching for a job when a boyfriend told me about this place.

Vodka by Any Other Name

A lot has been said lately about how the European Union has staved off war on its continent since the signing of the Treaty of Rome 50 years ago.

To Be Taken Seriously, Wolfowitz Has to Go

Should Paul Wolfowitz leave the World Bank? The answer to that question is yes. Will Wolfowitz leave? The answer to that question is murkier.

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