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  • But courts in several countries in Europe have ruled in related cases that the prosecution of Mr. Khodorkovsky and the court-ordered breakup of Yukos appeared driven by the Kremlin's desire to scotch Mr. Khodorkovsky's political ambitions and nationalize his company.

    Russian Tycoon's Trial Is Called a Sham

  • Then the crime appeared to drop from the Kremlin's agenda.

    Medvedev Meets Beaten Reporter

  • The Nov. 6 attack caused an uproar in Russia, highlighting the Kremlin's failure to resolve dozens of murders and other bloody attacks on journalists in recent years.

    Medvedev Meets Beaten Reporter

  • Long the antediluvian symbol of Soviet-era banking, Sberbank now wants to turn itself into the new investor-friendly face in the Kremlin's campaign to boost the country's business climate.

    Sberbank Seeks Broader Appeal

  • Thus, recent news reports suggest that Nashi, Kremlin's youth arm, will soon be recruiting up to 100,000 problematic teenagers to form ARMED militia units that would patrol the streets.

    Global Voices in English » Georgia, Russia: Cyber Attacks on Blogger ‘Cyxymu’

  • MOSCOW—President Dmitry Medvedev announced Saturday that he will step aside next year, assuring the return of his powerful predecessor, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, to Russia's highest post—a decision likely to bring more years of authoritarian rule and uncertainty over the Kremlin's relations with the West.

    Putin to Return to Presidency

  • Other analysts said they were relieved by Saturday's decision if only because it ended a long guessing game about the Kremlin's next occupant.

    Putin to Return to Presidency

  • The Kremlin's support makes it harder to ease Mr. Assad out peacefully in Damascus.

    Bashar's Russian Pals

  • David Kramer, executive director of the Washington-based non-profit group Freedom House, said the administration's efforts to pursue arms control and trade agreements with Russia will likely suffer because Congress, already suspicious of the Kremlin's intentions, is hostile to Mr. Putin.

    Putin to Return to Presidency

  • The Kremlin's long-beleaguered critics have been energized in recent weeks by a wave of popular anger following allegations of widespread vote fraud in parliamentary elections on Dec. 4.

    Russian Protesters Set a Plan for 2012

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