20 September 2004
The Opposition Takes Round One Premium
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20 September 2004
A Blessing in Disguise? Premium
Viktor Yushchenko's claims that he survived an attempt to poison him have introduced new drama to the Ukrainian presidential race.
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20 September 2004
Putin's Counter-Reformation Premium
Nobody in Russia seems to know how scrapping the popular vote in regional elections can help Russia's war against terrorism.
By Sergei Borisov
20 September 2004
Better on Paper Than in Reality Premium
Despite an improved election law, widespread irregularities during Kazakhstan's parliamentary elections lead the opposition and the OSCE to cry foul.
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Viktor Yushchenko, before his date with 'Botox'
17 September 2004
A Future President? Premium
Viktor Yushchenko may have been Ukraine’s most popular politician for the past two years, but his weaknesses may still mean he fails to become the next president.
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15 September 2004
A Moment Long Expected Premium
Lukashenka ends a summer of speculation by calling a referendum to extend his presidency. Victory is a certainty—but the opposition could still strip him of his legitimacy.
By Alex Znatkevich
13 September 2004
Laying Blame Premium
President Karimov takes aim at the international community for helping terrorists.
By Faruk Turaev
13 September 2004
The War Spirit Premium
Putin makes an unexpected concession to public demands--and then moves to bolster his powers significantly.
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