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Russia in Need of Democracy?

Hello, I was drinking my morning cup of coffee and was reading an article on the democracy issue in Russia. Here is the article to read. It is written by a Russian for Americans. (So the whole story may not be what it seems?) When Americans start teaching democracy to Russians, It only irritates the majority of Russian citizens. I…

In Russia we Have “Peyton Place” Also…

“Peyton Place” A saying in America for a situation that is like a soap opera! In fact the saying comes from a book written in 1956 and ensuing prime time soap that was aired from 1964 to 1969… “The term “Peyton Place” became a buzzword to describe the duality of middle class life, with its deep secrets and rampant sex…

Russia’s Natalia Osipova Attacked in NYC…

Two muggers attacked Natalia Osipova the world famous Russian international ballet star, as she left the American Ballet Theater in NYC (New York City) early one morning this week. They hit her in the nose and stole her bag: I then proceeded to check all the sources in America on this happening… Yes it happened and these are some of…

Russia’s Supreme Court Ruled Tuesday on Internet Media Outlets…

This is interesting and includes blogs like mine in the ruling: Russia’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Internet media outlets which refuse to remove reader comments when requested to do so by the federal media watchdog will be prosecuted. No action will be taken if a comment that the watchdog considers to be an “abuse of media freedom” is…

SCO Conference Held in Russia – June 15th, 2009!

Leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member-sates including Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Chinese President Hu Jintao hold a round-table discussion in Yekaterinburg on June 15, 2009 during the SCO summit. Interview by Russia Today with the British Times Moscow bureau editor Tony Halpin. The West is not invited and the winds direction slowly changes in the world… Windows…

Would The EU Pressure (Buy Off) Bulgaria?

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Friday sharply criticized the two largest Russian-Bulgarian energy projects, according to local media. He said after a meeting with EU ambassadors that Bulgaria was pulling out of the Burgas-Alexandroupolis pipeline project and suspending construction of the Belene nuclear power plant. By way of explanation, he said the pipeline was routed across an environmental reserve…

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