Russia: Opinion and Commentary
Dmitry Medvedev, the man Vladimir Putin has appointed to be elected as Russia's president next Sunday, is so slavishly devoted to his patron that he has begun imitating his physical quirks. That includes "how he lays his hands on the table or how he stresses key words in speeches," not to mention...
 
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Putin's Power Vacuum (By Masha Lipman, July 14, 2007, Page A17)
 
Escaping Putin's Energy Squeeze (By Adrian Karatnycky, July 1, 2007, Page B07)
 
Kremlin Anxiety (By Fred Hiatt, June 18, 2007, Page A17)
 
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Farewell, Jacques Chirac (By Anne Applebaum, May 8, 2007, Page A25)
 
Russia's Agent of Change (By Anne Applebaum, April 24, 2007, Page A21)
 
The Rewards Of a Larger NATO (By Greg Craig and Ronald D. Asmus, February 19, 2007, Page A19)
 
The Putin Doctrine (By Charles Krauthammer, February 16, 2007, Page A23)
 
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