27 October 2003 The arrest of Russia’s richest man is yet more evidence that Putin sees Russia’s future in its authoritarian past. It is standard when someone is arrested to defer judgment to judges, to step back and let the courts do their work. But in Russia’s case against Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the country’s richest man, […]

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