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posted by zaina19 on December, 2005 as ANALYSIS / OPINION

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 11/21/2005 11:37 AM
21.11.2005 20:45 MSK
The authorities desire to be good. Well, if not good, then at least to appear so. Even the Kremlin and the Duma know what good and bad is. They have democracy, as do we. They have a parliament, as do we. They fight against terrorism, as do we. They give out grants, and we will distribute.

On 18 November, after a submission from United Russia, the Duma made amendments to the state budget for 2006. In particular, some 17.5 million dollars was allocated for “strengthening democracy and building a civic society”. The Duma’s deputy speaker, Vyacheslav Volodin, a member of United Russia, dreams of using this money first and foremost for protecting “citizens’ rights, their freedom, in places where the Russian population is insulted, in particular in the Baltic States”. How insulting! In particular for Chechens living in Chechnya, or for that matter throughout Russia.

But this sum of money will hardly reach all the way to ...
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The Chechen sport is alive!

posted by zaina19 on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 11/27/2005 10:48 AM
November, 24, 2005

The Chechen sport is alive!

"People of all nationalities love sport. its values - health, fair play, interaction, aspiration to perfection - have universal character. It may become the great power carrying the kind origin in lives of people, suffered from the war or poverty, first of all, it refers to children. The international year of sport and physical training will serve as one more reminder to the governments, international organizations and public associations about the necessity of using an opportunity of sports with a view of strengthening human rights, assistance to development of peace".

Koffy Annan,
The general secretary of United Nations Organization.

"Regular trainings in sport serve as invaluable lessons having essentially important value for life in a modern society. Tolerance, cooperation, integration are the necessary conditions for achievement of success both in sport, and in daily life. The fundamental values of sport correspond to the principles of the Regulations of the United Nations Organization. Sport covers ...
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The Myth Of Stability

posted by zaina19 on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 11/28/2005 12:47 AM

The Myth Of Stability
Allies must have common goals and values. Putin's Russia shares neither.
By Garry Kasparov
Newsweek International

Nov. 28, 2005 issue - If we were to sum up the conventional wisdom about Russia today, it would read something like this: The Putin government is less democratic than it could be, but Russia isn't ready for full democracy. The economy, while lagging, is improving. Instead of a cold-war enemy the West has an ally in the global war in terror. If he's a little heavy-handed on his own turf it's all in the name of security and stability.

Unfortunately, that CW is as wrong today as it always seems to be about Russia. And it is not only an illusion but a dangerous one. The Russian people are ready for democracy—no less so than Iraqis. It's the Putin government that finds democracy unsuitable for its ends. The freedoms gained after the collapse of the U.S.S.R. have been steadily eroded ...
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Too many cooks spoil the broth

posted by zaina19 on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

A plane ticket becomes a luxury item for a common Russia citizen
<NOBR>11/22/2005 17:03</NOBR>

Too many cooks spoil the broth

Officials of the Russian aviation industry and many directors of Russian airlines have been proud with the unexampled 20 and 30-percent increase in air transportation in the country. The situation has changed for the worse recently, though. The air traffic in Russia has decreased considerably during the recent several years: spokespeople for 19 of 35 Russian airlines said that they had been suffering losses because of the declining air traffic. airplane

The Russian market of aviation is experiencing a serious crisis nowadays. Valery Okulov, the Director of Russia's largest airline, Aeroflot, stated during the recent conference devoted to current problems of the home aviation industry that the market was declining because of the ongoing growth of prices on aviation fuel (they increased by 60 percent vs. 2004). The rising prices on fuel automatically result in expensive tickets for passengers. The average price of a plane ticket in Russia makes ...
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Washington - Moscow: wars in exchange for... Democracy?

posted by zaina19 on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

November, 29, 2005

Washington - Moscow: wars in exchange for... Democracy?

When in black September 1999 in Russia, as if on a fatal chain, houses with peacefully sleeping people were blown up, I remember, I was engulfed with a presentiment: they will start with "final decisions of Chechen question", and will finish "final decision of democratic question in Russia". But that time still the hope was glimmering: the West will not allow neither that, nor another. And that, what for the meaning of the life of the West after the Second World War was "cold war", what for reformer M.S.Gorbachev was enthusiastically met, what for so much hopes were submitted to the Soviet dissidents?

I remember, the candidate in presidents of USA George Bush-junior in 1999 - declared in pre-election debate 2000: "no cent to the Russian government, until it stops the Chechen massacre and returns to democratic reforms".

Nevertheless, after fatal September, 11 Bush so trusted in the president of Russia that he did not notice where his ...
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