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For Russians hoping to enjoy a Big Mac, America’s Favorite Fries, and wash down their meal with a Jack Daniels, the news is not good. In a thinly-veiled effort to retaliate against the United States for its Ukraine-related sanctions, Russian … Continue reading
On November 28, 2012, PM Medvedev chaired a session of the Commission on Foreign Investment, the third time the Commission has met this year. Changes to Russia’s Business Environment In his prepared remarks, Medvedev noted Russia’s recent improvement in the … Continue reading
Who are the Protesters? VTSIOM recently published a survey of the protesters, conducted at the rally at Sakharov Prospekt on Dec. 24. The survey results confirmed other reports that the protesters are mainly drawn from educated, urbanized elites, prompting the … Continue reading
The second [and final?] reading of the Strategic Industries Law will go to the Duma for a vote tomorrow. If the law is passed, it will mark the end of a legislative project that began with President Putin’s address to … Continue reading