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Disgruntled Kirilenko Has CSKA Dreaming

CSKA Moscow said it would happily sign Andrei Kirilenko after the Utah Jazz forward revealed in an interview that he wanted to walk away from his $63 million NBA contract to play professionally in Russia.

Tex-Mex and Mariachi

Sushchyovskaya Ulitsa is fast becoming a genuine eat-street, given the number of new restaurants opening along its length.

Ask the Chef

Seiji Kusano, from the northwest of Tokyo, is the head chef at Japanese restaurant Seiji.

Behind Closed Doors

Exclusive communities for Moscow's reclusive super-rich.

Community Bulletin Board

Community Bulletin Board

Nashi's Record Disqualifies It From Policing

Nashi, the youth group that is the bane of any foreign or Russian politician who has dared oppose the Kremlin, is becoming a militia of sorts.

Drawing New Red Lines

The resignation of Mikhail Fradkov's government was the formal beginning of the change of power in Russia. This process will be completed by summer 2008.

SPS Looking to the Past, Not the Future

For those who consider private enterprise and individual initiative the primary driving forces behind economic growth, Friday's congress of the Union of Right Forces gave cause for both optimism and disappointment.

Pendulum Shifts to Center

Over the seven years of Vladimir Putin's presidency, there has been a marked shift of power from the regions to state corporations.

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