Secretary of State Madeleine Albright made the rounds in Moscow, speaking by phone with Boris Yeltsin and meeting with the prime minister, the foreign minister, the Duma speaker and three presidential candidates. For all the palaver, there was no rapprochement on Iraq or Kosovo, Russian-Iranian missile cooperation, NATO enlargement or the recent U.S. decision to develop an antimissile system. Like Omar Khayyam, Secretary Albright came out by the same door wherein she went. Next through the door will be Vice President Al Gore, who met with Primakov over the weekend in Davos, Switzerland, and will visit Moscow in March.