Monthly Archives: November 2010

Pravda On The Potomac-21 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In November 2010)

The Post's coverage of Russia in November was dominated by the potential effects of the November 2 U.S. congressional elections on the future of U.S.-Russia relations and, in particular, on the ratification of the New START treaty in U.S Senate.  A November 2 … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-21 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In November 2010)

The Post's coverage of Russia in November was dominated by the potential effects of the November 2 U.S. congressional elections on the future of U.S.-Russia relations and, in particular, on the ratification of the New START treaty in U.S Senate.  A November 2 … Continue reading

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The Russia-NATO Summit: The Beginning Of The Beginning

(This piece originally appeared on Russia Beyond the Headlines) The past week was everything but boring for those watching Russia’s foreign policy.  On Tuesday, word came out of Washington that the New START treaty signed by Presidents Dmitry Medvedev and Barack … Continue reading

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Open Letter To Senator Jon Kyl

Please read and forward to your contacts an open letter to Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) written by Edward Lozansky and James George Jatras posted on America-Russia.net: http://www.america-russia.net/eng/geopolitics/260887788 And its Russian version on Inosmi: http://www.inosmi.ru/usa/20101123/164433377.html

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A Midterm Correction Of Reset?

Two years ago, on the eve of U.S. presidential election, I tried to convince a couple of friends in Moscow that as president, the Democrat Barack Obama will be better for U.S.-Russia relations than his Republican opponent, John McCain.  My friends disagreed, … Continue reading

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Elect Me, Elect Me Not

A few years ago, a local newspaper in a small Massachusetts town where I then lived published a letter from a female resident.  The honorable lady attended, with her 10-year-old son, a meeting of the town's School Committee and was profoundly impressed … Continue reading

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Pravda On The Potomac-20 (What The Washington Post Wrote About Russia In October 2010)

The Washington Post's coverage of Russia finally showed some long-awaited signs of recovery in October.  All credits go to Kathy Lally whose reports from Moscow reminded me of the original meaning of the word "reporting."  For starters, Ms. Lally isn't lazy, as her impressive nine-articles-per-month … Continue reading

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