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· August, 2011

Stories about Russia from August, 2011

Russia: Alcohol Consumption Down

Russia: 20 Years After the Putsch

Russia: Arresting Political Opposition

Russia: Volga German Deportation Turns 70

Russia: 20 Years Since the Putsch

Russia: New Legislation to Allow “Creative Commons” License

USA-Russia: Pros and Cons of the Reset Policy

Russia: “On the Eve of Collapse”

U.S.: The Soviet Arts Experience in Chicago

Russia: Moscow Calls for Limited OSCE Election Observation

Russia-Georgia-US: Versions of War

US-Russia: Reset in the Balance

Russia: Prokhorov Launches Pravoe Delo Pre-election Campaign

Russia: No Exaggeration in Rumours of Reset Death?

Russia: Babe Armies of Putin, Medvedev and Limonov

Germany: 50th Anniversary of the Berlin Wall

Russia: A Psycho-Neurological Patient's Photo Stories

Pasha Kyshtymov, a lifelong psycho-neurological patient in Siberia, cannot communicate through speech, but had no problems learning to express himself through photography. On his blog, the Russian photographer Oleg Klimov...

Syria: World Cities Rally Against and For Bashar

Events in Syria are being echoed around the world. Syrians in the diaspora rallied in the majority of the cities in the world, either asking to overthrow Bashar Al Assad...

Russia: Bloggers’ Summer of Civic Actions

Although August is traditionally considered a quiet month in Russia, the country's Internet has been alive with hundreds and thousands of people taking part in a number of social actions....

Russia: President is Critisized for New Open Data Initiative.

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