by Alexander Kabakov Moscow–Many of those who haven’t had time to forget the old Soviet Union took an instant dislike to our new prime minister, Sergei Kirienko. I am one of them. I don’t like his political biography: I don’t trust former Komsomol (Communist Youth Organization) functionaries. They are very good at building their own […]

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