Russian news, notes and thoughts

October, 2010 / RSS notes

31 October, 2010  // Russian drug officials have been blaming heroin problem on the United States for a long time, saying its refusal to spray Afghan poppy fields is devastating Russia. Is the alliance possible?

31 October, 2010  // Russia and Vietnam on Sunday signed a deal worth an estimated 5.6 billion dollars for the energy-hungry Southeast Asian country's first nuclear power plant. Looks like Russia is trying to get one more ally in the region.

31 October, 2010  // Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said that Russia's Armed Forces will undergo three stages of transformation before their reform is over by 2020. Mighty Red Army is coming back?

30 October, 2010  // Russian Football Union has accused London's Sunday Times of lying about this country allegedly trying to bribe FIFA official into backing Russia's bid to host 2018 Football Cup. Who knows after getting the Olympiad in Sochi.

29 October, 2010  // The Kremlin: Russia will limit the powers of police to their own jurisdictions to stem abuses and concentrate police efforts on the protection of public order. What was police doing before?

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