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IN ENGLISH Obama is a pragmatic idealist (interview with Brian Whitmore)
 November 7th 2008 Prague Watchdog · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
There have been personal contacts between Putin and Bush, there’s been a so-called “friendship”. But what did we get out of this – Russia and America? Nothing.
IN ENGLISH Realpolitik as the matrix of contemporary fascism
 September 6th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
We are saying goodbye to the iron logic of the inviolability of borders, which was never really observed very much in insignificant parts of the world, but which in the case of a major nuclear power no one ever dared to call into question.
IN ENGLISH Don't write Russia off yet!
 August 29th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Markedonov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
If the Russian state is able to conduct an effective campaign against corruption and the privatization of power, it will not collapse like a house of cards.
IN ENGLISH An empire on the verge of collapse
 August 27th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Gligashvili · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
It looks as though Russia may turn out to be the principal victim of a new world order, or – more precisely – disorder.
IN ENGLISH "Chechnya Day" in Vienna
 September 12th 2007 Prague Watchdog / Tomas Vrsovsky · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The programme of events attracted the attention of dozens of people of different nationalities, ages and occupations, and acquainted them with the situation of Chechen refugees in Austria, Chechen history, culture, traditions and cuisine.
IN ENGLISH Czech MEPs condemn ongoing pressure on Russian-Chechen Friendship Society
 January 25th 2007 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
"Putin has proved that he doesn’t know how to deal with the silent democratic majority; his policies have become those of radicalization and fundamentalism," said MEP Hybaskova.
IN ENGLISH Two sides of the Georgia-Russia conflict
 November 16th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Dr. Dmitry Shlapentokh
The current pressure on Georgians and other ethnic groups from the Caucasus has two roots: Russia’s conflict with Georgia and internal developments in Russia proper.
IN ENGLISH Trapped in Azerbaijan
 June 4th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Azer Azizbekov
In the absence of legal recognition from the local government, the Chechens are entirely dependent on help from their relatives abroad plus a handful of programs carried out by various humanitarian agencies.
IN ENGLISH Two Chechnya documentaries awarded at human rights festival in Prague
 March 10th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Coca: The Dove from Chechnya depicts the efforts of Chechen women led by Zainap Gashayeva to document human rights abuses and the international community’s weak response to the atrocities of the Chechen war.
IN ENGLISH Chechen war and eroding democracy in Russia criticized during Putin's visit to Prague
 March 3rd 2006 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský
Human rights advocates rebuked Russia for its policies in Chechnya. "War, it seems, is hiding a return to autocracy," wrote a group of international thinkers and former politicians.
 
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