Weekly News #16

No revolutions this week, but plenty of news nonetheless.  Russia may finally be ready to take AIDS seriously, Moldova has finally elected its President, while Kyrgyzstan’s President has finally resigned.  An American congressman is in trouble over his 1996 trip to Moscow, and Russia and the EU are building closer relations.  Plus, of course, much much more…

Domestic

Near Abroad

International

And finally…

  • Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov has suggested that if reforms were not called reforms, and were instead called "changes for the better," they might be more successful.

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