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Globe Editorial

Putin's managerial style

July 8, 2006

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IT WOULD be a mistake for Bush administration hawks to revert to the Cold War view of Russia as a totalitarian police state, since Washington needs the Kremlin's cooperation on such crucial matters as Iran's nuclear program, the threat from Islamist terrorists, and the stability of energy markets. Nevertheless, President Vladimir Putin of Russia has been tightening the screws on ... (Full article: 447 words)

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