29 September 2003 While some talk of a new “liberal” Russian empire, Putin begins to turn into a reality a more traditional foreign-policy aim. President Vladimir Putin and his men in the Kremlin must surely be hard put to remember a fortnight when they worked more. On home soil, they have finagled the Chechen presidential […]

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