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Belarusian supermarket chain in St. Petersburg (Courtesy of Grigory Ioffe)

Belarus the Object of Two Peculiar Tugs of War

Although Belarus has resolved its argument with Russia about the price of natural gas, the parameters of this resolution are still subject to different interpretations. The two sides have apparently not yet reached a consensus on the scale of the price discount (if any) or... MORE
(Source: AP)

Putin Casts Shadow Over US Presidential Campaign

One striking feature of this year’s United States presidential election campaign has been the invisible but remarkably persistent background presence of Russia and its leader, President Vladimir Putin. Putin can perhaps be proud of this achievement: no other world leader (except for Syrian President Bashar... MORE