Monthly Archives: December 2009

Medvedev’s Matching Deeds

Critics of the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev often assert that his "well-intended rhetoric" doesn't match his deeds.  Unfortunately, the president's critics are largely mum on the question of which specific actions Medvedev should take to meet their expectations.  I therefore decided to … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-11 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In November 2009)

The Post's coverage of Russia in November was more like a miss than a hit.  Only Philip Pan put up some real effort, whereas the Post's editors and op-ed contributors went MIA (as far as Russia was concerned), focusing instead on … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-11 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In November 2009)

The Post's coverage of Russia in November was more like a miss than a hit.  Only Philip Pan put up some real effort, whereas the Post's editors and op-ed contributors went MIA (as far as Russia was concerned), focusing instead on … Continue reading

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