The recent unsolved murder of the chief of Russia’s coast guard suggests that illegal fishing is invincible and inevitable without comprehensive reform and fresh policies by Yuri Govorushko VLADIVOSTOK, Russia–It was a death that shocked the Russian Far East, and Russia as a whole: General Vitaliy Gamov, head of the Federal Frontier Service in Sakhalin […]

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