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Kremlin Makes Its Case With Tskhinvali Tour

Under the standards of information warfare, it was an easy job by all accounts.

EU Links Talks to Georgia Pullout

The European Union said Monday that it would postpone talks on a partnership agreement with Moscow until Russia withdrew its troops from Georgia.

Prokhorov Tells Students How to Get Rich

Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov on Monday advised students at the government's Financial Academy that going into private business, rather than working for the state, was the best way to get rich and join him on the Forbes list.

Putin Touts Economic Ties With Asia

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin traveled to Vladivostok, in the country’s Far East, on Monday to tout Russia’s ties with Asia as a counterpoint to its diplomatic dispute with the West over Georgia.

Australian Uranium Deal at Risk

Australia said Monday that it was reconsidering a deal to sell nuclear fuel to Moscow after Russia's military incursion into Georgia.

Perceptions of Risk Hurt Bond Market

While tensions with the West appeared to be cooling after the European Union decided not to impose sanctions against Moscow on Monday, Russian companies hoping to attract international lenders are still reeling from the perceived political risk.

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