Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Tale Of Two Presidents: A Man For The Country Or A Country For The Man?

This article was first published on November 9 at "Russia: Other Points of View"   A few weeks ago, the good old science of Kremlinology got a delightful gift.   At a meeting with members of the Valdai Club, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-10 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In October 2009)

The Post's early October coverage of Russia was a spillover from September.  First, Sarah Marcus reported on the reaction, in Georgia, to the release of the Tagliavini Report covering last year's military conflict in South Ossetia.  Predictably enough,  state media controlled by … Continue reading

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