To Inform is to Influence

Paul Goble, by far, is one of my favorite Russian researchers and writers. 

I have this feeling, deep in my heart, that if he didn’t have such a deep sense of humor at the goings on in Russia, that he would be almost constantly crying. 

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By Paul Goble


The flood of news stories from a country as large, diverse and strange as the Russian Federation often appears to be is far too large for anyone to keep up with. But there needs to be a way to mark those which can’t be discussed in detail but which are too indicative of broader developments to ignore.

Consequently, Windows on Eurasia presents a selection of 13 of these other and typically neglected stories at the end of each week. This is the 73rd such compilation. It is “a double” because I missed last week due to illness. It is…

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