Monthly Archives: April 2010

Pravda On The Potomac-14 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia Between The Second Half Of February And The Beginning Of April 2010)

As I repeatedly noted in this space, the Washington Post's editors prefer to write about Russia only when something nasty happens there.  With such an attitude, the Post's editorial board would wait for a couple of weeks every month and, bad "Russian" news lacking, would publish something ridiculous anyway.  Take, … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-14 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia Between The Second Half Of February And The Beginning Of April 2010)

As I repeatedly noted in this space, the Washington Post's editors prefer to write about Russia only when something nasty happens there.  With such an attitude, the Post's editorial board would wait for a couple of weeks every month and, bad "Russian" news lacking, would publish something ridiculous anyway.  Take, … Continue reading

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A Charger For The “Reset”

A good friend from St. Petersburg has called and, referring to my appearance on Peter Lavelle's "CrossTalk" show, asked, half-jokingly: "All right, when will you guys have a Russian lobby as good as the Jewish?" I replied, half-seriously: "Not in … Continue reading

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