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Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
While state media downplayed Russia's invasion of Southeast Ukraine, a few protesters took to a Moscow square, and leading activists also tweeted their disagreement. More
How Russia Is Ruled
Do Russia's latest maneuvers on Ukraine represent a master plan for the Ukraine conflict? Or an increasingly erratic Kremlin? More
Regional Smoke Detector
The election outcome can hardly be regarded as an overwhelming endorsement of Raul Khajimba, who had run unsuccessfully for the presidency on three previous occasions. Rather, the result reflects the lack of a convincing alternative candidate not hamstrung by his identification with the outgoing leadership. More
A Russian military channel has shown footage of a missile attack by Ukrainian forces on civilians in the east of the country. Just one problem, Kyiv says -- the video clip actually shows a failed Russian rocket launch from last year. More
A Russian opposition activist has been placed under arrest for 15 days after an incident in which his wife said he did nothing wrong. More
Blogging Central Asia
Kyrgyzstan's Kumtor gold mine seems to be falling apart, literally. Surrounded by scandal since the early days of the project's history, it appears that, as the Kyrgyz government attempts to acquire more shares of this cash cow on its territory, there is need for some serious upgrading at the site. More
Notes Of An Iran Watcher
A senior Iranian cleric has warned against high-speed mobile Internet while calling on authorities to impose restrictions before making it available to the public on a large scale. More
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