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Vadim Isakov · November, 2009

Born in Uzbekistan, I got my MA in Journalism in the U.S. in 2002. That year I came back to Central Asia to work for different local and international organizations. I was fortunate to travel all around the world perfecting my reporting skills and falling in love with complexity and diversity of global culture. I currently teach journalism at the Roy H. Park School of Communication at Ithaca College in the U.S.

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Latest posts by Vadim Isakov from November, 2009

Russia: Social Networks Help Find Debtors

Court enforcement officers in Russia actively use social networks to gather information on debtors and their properties, Russian news agency Prime-TASS reports [RUS].

Russia: Mansion of The President Has A Lot To Offer

The Russian president's mansion became a topic of discussions on the Internet when people found a bidding offers invitation for services at the government Web site [RUS] dealing with different...

Russia: Social Network Graffiti Gains Popularity

English Russia writes about the phenomenon of “social network graffiti” [ENG]  that became very popular among the users of the leading Russian social network Vkontakte.ru.

Russia: Officer Exposes Police Corruption Using the Web

On November 6, a police officer at the Department of Internal Affairs in Novorossiysk used his personal Web site to address Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and talk about numerous...

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