29 July 2002 A column by Alexander Golts MOSCOW, 23 July (Ezhenedel’ny Zhurnal)–The appointment of Dmitry Rogozin, head of the State Duma foreign affairs committee, to the post of special presidential envoy for the settlement of the Kaliningrad problem has reportedly extremely vexed Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov. The motives behind [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s […]

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