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Marshall I. Goldman

With Medvedev, Russia looks like it's back

By Marshall I. Goldman
May 7, 2008

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PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN of Russia moves out of the president's office today and into the prime minister's job. Even Russians wonder how much authority and power Putin will yield to Dmitry Medvedev, the successor he appointed. Medvedev, who is 12 years younger than Putin, has served as his subordinate since Putin appointed him as his assistant in the St. Petersburg ... (Full article: 776 words)

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