|JRL #5617:||Plain Text - Entire Issue|
1. Washington Post editorial: Mr. Putin's
2. Reuters: Russian Arms Researcher Called Spy. (Sutyagin)
3. Trud-7: OPINION POLLS RESULTS.
4. Novaya Gazeta: Yulia Latynina, A MUZZLE FOR THE OLIGARCHS. Equal distance means collecting everyone under the president's heel.
5. Reuters: Putin backed by 73 percent of Russians-agency.
6. Interfax: Russian salaries grow, unemployment falls - State Statistics Committee.
7. Trud: RUSSIAN ECONOMIC SITUATION: WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT?
8. The Independent (UK): Mary Dejevsky, The prophets of doom were wrong about Russia.
9. Christian Science Monitor: Fred Weir, Disabled Russians gain mobility, visibility. Advocates say slowly shifting attitudes got a boost last month, with a pledge from President Putin.
10. BBC: 'Death by instalments' in Russia's jails.
11. New York Times: Michael Wines, Chechen Refugee Camps: Once a Haven, but After Two Years Still Not a Home.
12. Los Angeles Times: Maura Reynolds, An 'Oligarch's' U-Turn Toward Probity. Russia: Nation's richest man played fast and loose in business. Now he sets the standard for good corporate practice--and it's paying off. (Mikhail Khodorkovsky)
13. Profil: Vladimir Zmeyuschenko, CASTLING. President Putin tries hiding the lack of domestic policy behind activity in the international arena.