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Basic Political Developments

  • Prime-Tass: Federation Council Speaker Sergei Mironov to start visit to North Korea, until Nov 25

  • Yonhap: Russian parliamentary speaker to visit N. Korea: report

  • Prime-Tass: Nov 26–27: Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to visit France

  • Prime-Tass: Nov 27: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to take part in Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) summit

  • Prime-Tass: Nov 27: Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Sobyanin to take part in Russia-Thailand intergovernmental commission in Bangkok

  • Xinhua: DM: Iran pursues delivery of S-300 missiles from Russia- Iran's Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi said Sunday that the country is still pursuing Russia's commitment on delivering S-300 anti-aircraft missiles, the semi-official ISNA news agency reported.

  • Inerfax: Tymoshenko says Russian gas price for Ukraine in 2010 won't change much - "I am confident that the gas price for Ukraine in 2010 will be virtually the same as in 2009," she said in an exclusive interview with the ICTV channel on Sunday.

  • APA.az: Chief of Russian presidential administration Sergei Narishkin arrives in Baku

  • Aysor.am: CIS Informational Council to sit in session in Minsk

  • Itar-Tass: CIS Information Council to prepare for 65th victory anniversary

  • The Moscow Times: Medvedev Reprimands United Russia - By Nikolaus von Twickel

  • FT.com: Medvedev ire puts party consensus in focus - By Charles Clover in Moscow

  • The Moscow Times: Putin Thanks Party, Sets Priorities for 2010 - By Irina Filatova

  • Politics.hu: Orbán meets Putin at congress of Russia's ruling party in St. Petersburg

  • Saigon: CPV seeks enhanced ties with United Russia party

  • Russia Today: “Next EU-Russia summits will take place according to the new rules” - President Medvedev’s Press Attache Natalia Timakova’s RT interview

  • The Moscow Times: KamAZ Head Named As AvtoVAZ Director

  • The Moscow Times: GM Russia Plant Fires Head of Union

  • WND.com: Aaron Klein to debate pro-Iran commentator - Program airs live on globally broadcast Russian television - WND Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein will debate a commentator from Iran today live on Russia's all-news network.

  • Itar-Tass: First ever road connecting Russia’s west to east to be ready in 2010 – Ivanov

  • Xinhua: First Russian brigade with Iskander missiles to be formed in 2010

  • Itar-Tass: French helicopter carrier to call in St Petersburg

  • AP: French ship Russia wants docks in St.Petersburg

  • RIA: Russian submarine towed to port after engine malfunction

  • RIA: Launch of Proton rocket carrying European satellite delayed

  • RIA: Russia set to launch Eutelsat satellite from Baikonur

  • Itar-Tass: French telecom satellite to be launched from Baikonur space center

  • Axisglobe: Russian security services already preparing to defend Kremlin against "extremists"

  • Interfax: Patriarch Kirill plans to visit Ukraine next summer

  • Itar-Tass: Patriarch Kirill to attend funeral of priest killed last Thursday

  • RFERL: Patriarch Kirill To Take Part In Funeral For Slain Priest

  • The Moscow Times: Controversial Priest Gunned Down in Church

  • Itar-Tass: Over 40 people trapped in snow on Chechen-Dagestani road

  • RIA: Suspected militant killed in Chechnya

  • The Moscow Times: Militant Killed in Dagestan

  • Reuters: FACTBOX-Five facts on Ingush president Yevkurov

  • Reuters: FACTBOX-Key facts about Russia's region of Ingushetia

  • Reuters: RPT-INTERVIEW-Ingushetia boss admits corruption fuels rebellion

  • The other Russia: Letter to Medvedev: ‘Stop this Mad Conveyor of Death’ - The brother of a murdered Chechen rebel has appealed to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev for help and protection in an open letter published by the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, reports Gazeta.ru on November 19.

  • The Moscow Times: 2010 Work Permit Cuts Planned - The Federal Migration Service said Friday that it would cut the number of job permits available to foreigners next year to just less than 2 million people, down from an initial 3.8 million at the start of 2009, after the economic crisis severely cut demand for foreign labor.

  • The Moscow Times: A Strong Nation of Lawyers - Last month, the president gave lawyers a special boost, signing an executive order to create an annual Lawyer of the Year prize. It will be awarded on the legal profession’s national day, Dec. 3.

  • The Moscow Times: The Promising Continent - By Ruben Vardanian: Last month I visited the 13th Africa Forum in Cape Town, organized by Troika Dialog’s strategic partner Standard Bank. Talking with delegates, I was struck once again by the sheer scale of opportunity that exists in Africa for Russian business, just as Russia becomes an increasingly attractive market for African products.

  • Russia Today: Litvinenko case unsolved three years on

  • BBC: Russia 'is now a criminal state' - Bill Browder of Hermitage Capital was reacting to the news that his lawyer had died in prison in Russia after being held for a year without charge

  • The Washington Times: Corruption drags down Russian economy

  • LA Times: Hungary zigzags when it comes to Russia - Some in the former Soviet satellite now part of NATO and the EU warn that Moscow is intent on reasserting influence, but others see Russia as a useful investor and lucrative market.

  • Newsweek: How Medvedev plans to reform the military—and why Obama should not be worried.

  • Chel.kp.ru: The killer who shot the head of FOMC Chelyabinsk region, had an accomplice
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