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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1586
Bulletins - August 26, 2008

Khodorkovsky denied early parole; Russia rethinks the WTO

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1585
Bulletins - August 22, 2008

Nuclear warheads for the Baltic fleet?;
Rice questions Medvedev's word

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1584
Bulletins - August 17, 2008

Missile shield puts Poland in Moscow's crosshairs;
Russians leave Georgia, capital leaves Russia

My Grandfather And Solzhenitsyn
Articles - August 15, 2008

The first days of August brought with them news that one of Russia’s great public figures, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, had died at the age of 89. There are a great many reasons to mourn his passing. During his more than six decades in the public spotlight, Solzhenitsyn was an intellectual giant, a courageous opponent of Soviet repression, a crusader against communism’s excesses, and a champion of moral truth in a system that brooked no ideological opposition. For me, however, he was also much more.

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1583
Bulletins - August 15, 2008

In Georgia war, Medvedev "a schoolboy who repeats his teacher"; U.S. cancels naval exercises to protest Russian invasion

Russia vs. Georgia
Articles - August 14, 2008

Russia chose to fight American-armed Georgia over the territory of South Ossetia - a piece of land the size of Rhode Island and containing only 70,000 people. Why? And what are the implications for the United States and Russia's neighbors?

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1582
Bulletins - August 12, 2008

Georgia and Russia at war

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1581
Bulletins - August 8, 2008

Drums of war echo through the Caucasus;
A Russian hero laid to rest

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1580
Bulletins - August 4, 2008

Russian Defense Ministry sees West as greatest future threat;
Putin: Russia should "reestablish positions in Cuba"

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1579
Bulletins - July 31, 2008

Reviving the Russian navy;
Moscow preparing for the worst after U.S. election