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Magazine articles on politics and society in Russia.
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Popular Mechanics
November 30, 2006
Simon Cooper
Experts: Radiation Risk from Spy Death Minimal (Unless You're a Spy) Since investigators discovered traces of radiation on three British Airways jets yesterday and expanded their search today, the public health scare caused by the radiation poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in London has exploded into a mini-hysteria that experts say is largely overblown. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
August 2006
Brett Forrest
The Sleazy Life and Nasty Death of Russia's Spam King He withheld pay from employees, boasted of his sexual adventures, enraged government officials, and flooded Russia with 25 million emails a day. Then one morning, Vardan Kushnir's mother found his bloodied body on the bathroom floor, skull bashed in. mark for My Articles
July 10, 2006
Diane Brady
Up Against The Kremlin Khodorkovsky's lawyer isn't laying low as his client sits in a Siberian jail - or as Rosneft goes public. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
National Defense
July 2006
Sandra I. Erwin
Russia's Littoral Combat Ship Angles for International Sales A Russian corvette currently being built to patrol that country's coastal waters may not live up to the technological stature of the U.S. Navy's littoral combat ship. But it could be a potentially attractive choice to nations unable, for security reasons, to acquire weapons from the United States. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
March 2006
Jacob Sullum
Artifact: Drug Freak Show Russia's graphic anti-drug exhibition's combination of didacticism with morbid titillation harks back to old horror movies and freak shows. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
February 20, 2006
Jason Bush
Russia: Shoppers Gone Wild For many multinationals from the U.S., Europe, and Asia, the Russian consumer boom, not oil and gas, is the investment story to watch. Rising disposable income and a growing middle class have caused an explosion in all types of consumption. mark for My Articles 388 similar articles
January 2006
Cathy Young
The Tsars Come Out A decade ago, Russia seemed to be traveling a bumpy road toward a liberal society. Today, the general consensus is that it's slouching toward some variety of authoritarianism. mark for My Articles 414 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 30, 2005
Rich Smith
Free Gas After years of speculation, Russian President Vladimir Putin finally signed a law allowing, for the first time ever, foreign investors to buy as many shares of Gazprom as they like. Chances are, they'll like to buy a lot. Here's why. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
December 12, 2005
Russia's Civic Groups May Face New Rules In Russia, a controversial new law to regulate nongovernmental organizations may be the latest example of President Vladimir V. Putin's efforts to centralize power and neutralize opposition. mark for My Articles 347 similar articles
November 28, 2005
Jason Bush
After Putin, Who? Medvedev's promotion makes him front-runner for Russia's President, for now. mark for My Articles 310 similar articles
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