Improving economic conditions and a new leader’s cold pragmatism are helping Russia fit in at international gatherings by Elena Chinyaeva MOSCOW–There is no doubt that glory can be both triumphant and painful. When Russia first joined the G-7–the group of the seven most industrialized countries–in 1995 in Halifax, Canada, Boris Yeltsin was at the helm. […]

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