Category Archives: news roundup

Format Changes & Russia News Roundup

Even if I were independently wealthy, and could blog all day long, it would still be difficult to keep up with all the relevant news coming out of Russia. But working full-time makes it that much more challenging. So unfortunately … Continue reading

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Mid-Week News Roundup

Well, the news coming out of Russia just does not stop these days, and between school, work, and other obligations, it’s impossible to cover each issue in the detail it deserves. In any case, here is a roundup of the … Continue reading

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Sunday Russia News Roundup

Here are a few interesting stories developing out of Russia, a few of which will likely ensure Russia remains on the radar of the Western media this week:1. One, Two, Three, Four, I Declare a Gas War – this is … Continue reading

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Russia News Roundup

Russia is ‘studying ‘ new proposals on the United States’ planns for an anti-missile defense system in Central Europe. Medvedev’s threat to respond to the shield by placing missiles in Kaliningrad is more likely a tactical rhetorical move than a … Continue reading

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Russia News Roundup

Russia is ‘studying ‘ new proposals on the United States’ planns for an anti-missile defense system in Central Europe. Medvedev’s threat to respond to the shield by placing missiles in Kaliningrad is more likely a tactical rhetorical move than a … Continue reading

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Friday News Roundup

NATO Expansion is looking to become President Bush’s last-ditch attempt at some meaningful, positive foreign policy legacy. Even Donald Rumsfeld crawled out from under his rock to voice his support for this goal. Specifically, Bush hopes to expand NATO’s membership … Continue reading

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Friday News Roundup

NATO Expansion is looking to become President Bush’s last-ditch attempt at some meaningful, positive foreign policy legacy. Even Donald Rumsfeld crawled out from under his rock to voice his support for this goal. Specifically, Bush hopes to expand NATO’s membership … Continue reading

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