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1. Christian Science Monitor: Fred Weir, Russian
runaways find few willing to help them. This year Moscow police have brought in
almost 30,000 children living in rail stations and the streets.
2. Vremya Novostei: WHAT RUSSIANS THINK OF THE GOVERNMENT. (poll)
3. RIA Novosti: US AND RUSSIAN FUNDAMENTAL INTERESTS DO NOT CONFLICT, US POLITICAL SCIENTIST BELIEVES. (Dmitri Simes)
4. Itogi: Leonid Radzihovsky, Why did he refuse to extend his presidential term? Putin Chose a European Model of Development for Russia.
5. RFE/RL: Francesca Mereu, Duma Official Criticizes U.S. Decision To Scrap ABM Treaty. (Aleksei Arbatov)
6. AP: Chechnya Conflict Dragging On.
7. Moscow Times: Yulia Latynina, The Temptations of the Presidential Elevator.
8. Moscow Times: Peter Lavelle, Christmas Dinner Chez Putin.
9. UPI: Russia catches 10 spies.
10. Parlamentskaya Gazeta: PRO-WESTERN COURSE OF REFORMS FAILS IN RUSSIA. (Interview with Gavriil POPOV)
11. Obshchaya Gazeta: Maksim Glinkin, Major Clash Shaping Up Between Rightest Politicians and Military Chiefs on Military Reform.