Putin's Latest 'Spy'
December 27, 2001
THE EVIDENCE is growing that Vladimir Putin sees no
connection between the new partnership he says he
is seeking between Russia and the West and his own
domestic policies, which frequently violate Western
norms of democracy and human rights. Mr. Putin continues
to repress independent media that report critically
on his government, and he appears determined to continue
his military's brutal campaign against rebels in Chechnya,
following a feint at negotiations.
10th Congress marked by innovations on policies and
party's concept Moscow
December 24, 2001
Moscow. Yabloko's 10th party congress of Yabloko starts
in Moscow on December 22.
Putin meets the leader of Yabloko Grigory Yavlinsky
RIA "Novosti" December 19, 2001
Vladimir Putin meets the leader of Yabloko Grigory
Yavlinsky MOSCOW, DECEMBER 19, RIA NOVOSTI - On Wednesday,
Vladimir Putin had a routine Kremlin meeting with
Grigory Yavlinsky, leader of the Yabloko movement
U.S. ABM Withdrawal a 'Mistake'
Sarah Karush, Associated
Press, December 13, 2001
Russian President Vladimir Putin called the U.S. decision
to withdraw from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
a ``mistake'' Thursday, but said it would pose no
military threat to Russia.
Plans ABM Treaty Withdrawal
By Barry Schweid,
December 12, 2001
President Bush told congressional leaders Wednesday
he will withdraw from a treaty considered a cornerstone
of arms control but one that hampers his quest for
a defense against missile attack.
silent as leaders vent fury over ABM opt-out
By Jon Boyle,
Russian politicians roundly condemned on Thursday
Washington's impending departure from the ABM treaty,
but few expected President Vladimir Putin to make
a drama out of a crisis from which he should emerge
in Office: Two in One
By Semen Golovko
Anna Zakatnova Nezavisimaya
Gazeta, December 4, 2001
participants of the Democratic Assembly support the
fight against international terrorism
December 3, 2001
The participants of the All-Russia Democratic Assembly
held in Moscow on Monday, December 3, 2001, supported
the creation of an anti-terror coalition.
All-Russia Democratic Assembly supports the TV-6 company
December 3, 2001
The All-Russia Democratic Assembly expressed its support
for TV-6, following a court decision to liquidate
the television company.