|JRL #5610 Contents:||Plain Text - Entire Issue|
1. Rossiiskaya Gazeta: RUSSIAN POPULATION CONTINUES TO
2. RIA Novosti: NOW VISAS FOR UP TO 72-HOUR STAY IN RUSSIA CAN BE ISSUED AT FRONTIER.
3. Reuters: Putin praises Russian spies for war against terror.
4. Reuters: Russian spy boss welcomes new Western cooperation.
5. Luba Schwartzman: ORT Review.
6. The Russia Journal: John Helmer, PERFORMING MIRACLES IN RUSSIA -- PUTIN'S TASK IN 2002.
7. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Emil Pain speaks on the risks facing the United States in its war in Afghanistan.
8. Asia Times: Sergei Blagov, Russia may rethink its pro-Western policy.
9. Gordon Hahn's new book: Russia's Revolution From Above, 1985-2000. Reform, Transition, and Revolution in the fall of the Soviet Communist Regime.
10. gazeta.ru: Duma Appoves Amendments Curtailing Press Freedoms.
11. Vremya Novostei: Viktor Khamrayev, Code for the Builder of Capitalism. Duma Legalizes New Relations between Employers and Employees.
12. Versty: REDUCE THE THREAT OF NUCLEAR WAR TO ZERO. The US administration has announced its decision to withdraw from the ABM treaty. What should Russia do? Academician Radiy ILKAYEV, Director of the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre.