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March 29, 2001

Yabloko and the Tomsk region signed a cooperation agreement

Press release, 28.03.01

Sergei Ivanenko expresses “cautious optimism” on the present Cabinet reshuffles and expects changes in the economic bloc of the Government

Press release, 28.03.01

March 28, 2001

Russian Lawmakers Likely to Approve Nuclear-Fuel Bill

Jeanne Whalen, Staff Reporter

The Wall Street Journal via Dow Jones

Russia Debates Proposals to Profit From Nuclear Waste

Jeanne Whalen and Neil King Jr., Staff Reporters of The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal via Dow Jones

Activists Win Reprieve in Nuclear Fight

Yevgenia Borisova, Staff Writer

Moscow Times, Friday, Mar. 23, 2001. Page 1

Interview of Grigory Yavlinsky for the “Geroi Dnya”

(“Hero of the Day”) programme, the NTV

December 21, 2000

March 27, 2001

Conference by G. Yavlinsky, Chairman of the Center of Economic and Political Research (EPIcenter)

International Press Centre, Slavyanskaya hotel, Moscow, March 25, 1993

March 26, 2001

HARD TALK with Tim Sebastian and Grigory Yavlinsky, Leader of Russia’s Yabloko Party

The BBC, March 8, 2001

Tim Sebastian: What about now? What should the West be doing? We have a new administration in the White House which is not so keen on dropping huge sums of money into Russia. What should the West be doing? How can the West influence developments in Russia?

Grigory Yavlinsky: I think that the task that the West faces in this sense is very difficult. You must have a transparent, clear and honest policy towards Russia. I am not sure that you are able to establish such a policy.

Russia’s First Political Crisis of the 21st Century is Over

Dmitry Kamyshev, Konstantin Smirnov

Kommersant-VLAST, March 2001, No. 11, pp. 14-16

March 23, 2001

Alexei G. Arbatov, The Transformation of Russian Military Doctrine: Lessons Learned from Kosovo and Chechnya

The Marshall Center Papers, No. 2

March 22, 2001

Grigory A. Yavlinsky, Russia and the West: Security Prospects

2001 London Meeting, TRILATERAL MEMORANDUM, Number 14, March 10, 2001

Kremlin interested in a Duma Reshuffle

Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Ivan Rodin, March 17, 2001, p. 3

The Yabloko faction considers the decision to import nuclear waste to Russia the “crime of the century”

Press release, March 20

March 21, 2001

Mixed views on Russia's business climate

Reuters, Daniel Bases, March 20

Conference Debates Putin's Vision

Associated Press, Steve Gutterman, March 19, 2001

Nuclear Bill Debate Heats Up

The Moscow Times, Yevgenia Borisova, Mar. 21, 2001

March 20, 2001

Party Building is Postponed

Alexandre Sadchikov, Izvestiya, March 19, 2001

Yabloko initiates the audit of the use of multibillion state credits

Press-release, 14.03.01

On the initiative of Alexander Shishlov (the Yabloko faction), the State Duma has forwarded an inquiry to Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov

Press-release, 14.03.01

March 19, 2001

Speech in the State Duma by the First Deputy Head of the Yabloko faction Sergei Ivanenko during the discussion of the draft resolution of the Duma “On No-Confidence Vote to the Government”

Moscow, the State Duma, March 14, 2001

Grigory Yavlinsky will participate in the annual joint conference of Harvard University and Columbia University, USA

Press release, 16.03.01

March 16, 2001

The Yabloko faction will not participate in vote of no-confidence in the Cabinet

Press release, 13.03.01

Mikhail Amosov (the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg, leader of the Yabloko faction): the adoption of the law on parties represents a positive trend in Russia’s politics

Rosbalt Information Agency, March 12, 2001

March 15, 2001

Russian Duma Rejects Government No-Confidence Motion

By Ron Popeski, Reuters, March 14, 2001

Bush Says Russia Not Enemy But Could Be Threat

Reuters, March 13, 2001

Make Russia a Better Neighbor

By Anatol Lieven and Celeste Wallander
The New York Times
March 14, 2001

March 14, 2001

Grigory Yavlinsky: Observation, analysis, and forecast

2001 London Meeting, Trilateral Memorandum, 09.03.01

Felix Filippovsky: Language May Lead Russia and NATO into an Alliance

Vremya MN, March 6, 2001, p. 3

Inessa Slavutinskaya: An Administrative Trick

Profile, March 12, 2001

Grigory Yavlinsky says that Russia welcomes the advancement of the European Union to its borders

Press release, 12.03.01

Grigory Yavlinsky: Russia may be left on the roadside

Press release, 07.03.01

March 13, 2001

Grigory Yavlinsky proposes negotiations according to the “4+1” formula to obtain “some improvements” in the ABM Treaty of 1972

Press release, 12.03.01

Grigory Yavlinsky declares that Russia would welcome information from the West on the channels used to send money and donate weapons to the terrorists in Chechnya and the Central Asia

Press release, 12.03.01

The draft law of the Yabloko faction raising wages for budget workers was adopted by the State Duma at its second reading

Press release, 07.03.01

Grigory Yavlinsky: Umbrella for Europe, Money for Russia, Death to Bin Laden

Argumenty i Fakty, No. 10, 2001

March 12, 2001

Living a big lie in Putin's new Russia

Elena Bonner, widow of the dissident Andrei Sakharov, says repression is creeping back

The Sunday Times, February 18, 2001

Russia objects to NATO approaching its borders

RIA Novosti, March 11, 2001

Leader of Yabloko believes that the instruction of the Federal Security Service to examine anonymous applications from citizens constitutes “sheer arbitrary rule”

Rosbusinessconsulting, February 21, 2001

The Political Council of the Union of Right-Wing Forces and Yabloko to determine position on a vote of no confidence in the Cabinet over the next week

Press release, 05.03.01

March 11, 2001

Putin Faces Cabinet Upheaval

By Sarah Karush, The Associated Press

St Petersburg Times, #650, Tuesday, March 6, 2001

The Maritime Territory branch of Yabloko pickets building of the regional Public Prosecutor's Office in Vladivostok

Press Release, 05.03.01

The leader of Yabloko congratulates Mikhail Gorbachev on his 70 anniversary

Press Release, 03.03.01

An action in support of NTV has begun in Altai Territory

Press Release, 03.03.01

March 9, 2001

Remarks of Alexei G. Arbatov, Deputy Chair, Defense Committee, State Duma of Russian Federation

Carnegie Moscow Center-sponsored seminar on START-ABM Treaties, 24 May 2000

ADM's David Johnson talks with Alexei Arbatov, member of the Russian Parliament, for "Russia's Nuclear Crisis"

January 11, 1999

March 6, 2001

Teodor Shanin, The new isolationism: West versus Russia

An assessment, an objective and a project, 2000

March 5, 2001

Teodor Shanin, Chayanov Message: Illuminations, Miscomprehensions, and the Contemporary 'Development Theory'

Introduction for: A.V. Chayanov. The Theory of Peasant Economy. The University of Wisconsin Press, 1986.

March 4, 2001

Understanding Russia (new section)

Russia's ABM Initiatives (new section)

Russia's Road to Corruption (new section)

Production sharing agreements (PSAs) (new section)

Ecology (new section)

Boris Kapustin, Russia as a post-modern society

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