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Voice of America Russian Service analyzes Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech after 30 years

Russia expert and former U.S. international broadcasting specialist Dr. Paul Goble reported in his Window on Eurasia Blog that many democratic Russians consider Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech still relevant and wish that the U.S. would confront Putin’s growing authoritarianism the …

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Voice of America Russian Service analyzes Reagan’s "Evil Empire" speech after 30 years

Russia expert and former U.S. international broadcasting specialist Dr. Paul Goble reported in his Window on Eurasia Blog that many democratic Russians consider Reagan’s

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Window on Eurasia: Putin Speaks the Language of ‘a Tatar Khan,’ Michnik Says

Friday, September 10, 2010 Window on Eurasia: Putin Speaks the Language of ‘a Tatar Khan,’ Michnik Says Paul Goble Staunton, September 10 – Adam Michnik, the editor in chief

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Window on Eurasia: ‘Ethnic Journalism’ Must Compensate for Decline in Shared Experiences among Nationalities in Post-Soviet Russia, Specialist Says

Saturday, September 4, 2010 Window on Eurasia: ‘Ethnic Journalism’ Must Compensate for Decline in Shared Experiences among Nationalities in Post-Soviet Russia, Specialist Says Paul Goble Staunton, September 4 –

Window on Eurasia: Moscow Using Soviet-Era Tactic to Penetrate, Control Opposition Groups

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, February 12, 2009, San Francisco -- Vienna, February 11 –

Window on Eurasia: Russian Extremists Threaten to Kill Journalists, Lawyers and Rights Activists

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, February 12, 2009, San Francisco -- Vienna, February 12 –

Hard-Pressed Moscow Opposition Leaders Ask U.S. Not to Cut Russian-Language Broadcasts

 

Kremlin Can’t Pursue War Against Internet Without Hackers, Expert Says, But This Is No Consolation for Voice of America

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