Outrage as architect of 1990s privatization bemoans lack of ‘gratitude’ — The Bell — Eng

Outrage as architect of 1990s privatization bemoans lack of ‘gratitude’

What happened The topic of 1990s privatization can lead to violent disputes in Russia even thirty years later. This week, there was heated debate about a speech given by the architect of privatization, Anatoly...
‘It was their lives or his’. Leading women's rights attorney Mari Davtyan explains the domestic violence case that's bringing Russians out into the streets

‘It was their lives or his’. Leading women's rights attorney Mari Davtyan explains the...

In mid-June, Russia’s Investigative Committee released its final draft of the charges against Krestina, Angelina, and Maria Khachaturyan. In a case that has lasted about a year so far, the sisters are facing...
Putin Pledges To Perfect Mystery Weapon After Deadly August Blast

Putin Pledges To Perfect Mystery Weapon After Deadly August Blast

Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to press on with the development of a weapon that has been at the center of a deadly nuclear accident in August."We will certainly be perfecting this...
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The Pentagon Is Not Ready to Face Our Biggest National Security Threat * EPeak...

A street in Breezy Point, a section of the Rockaways, two weeks after Hurricane Sandy. (Mark Lennihan)EDITOR’S NOTE:&nbspThis article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign...
Power Jets: How World Leaders Fly

Power Jets: How World Leaders Fly

An Airbus A340 carrying Iranian President Hassan Rohani touches down in Moscow in 2017. Rohani at a computer inside the 20-year-old European-made jet. Rohani deplaning on an escalator in Tehran. In 2018, the U.S. imposed sanctions...
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