Latest comment on Russia: Obama, Medvedev, and human rights

Not to turn this site into full-time pimpage of my articles, but here’s the latest on Obama’s trip to Moscow and the human rights situation in Russia, from Forbes.com:

Obama goes to Moscow

And here’s Medvedev’s video blog entry on Obama’s visit and Russian-American relations:

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Filed under Barack Obama, human rights, Russia, Russian-American relations, US foreign policy

4 responses to “Latest comment on Russia: Obama, Medvedev, and human rights

  1. mabman

    Good Forbes piece, Cathy – the situation in Russia right now sounds like a throwback to Czarist days. It’s better than the Soviet Union, I guess but it still seems strange – it’s as if Germany decided to resurrect the Hohenzollerns, or Austria determined that Europe would benefit from reassembling the Hapsburg dominions. I’ve never seen a European power try to pretend that the First World War never happened before – it’s rather fascinating!

  2. The situation in Russia today sounds like a throwback to the Tsar. probably better than the Soviet Union, as if Germany decided to revive the Hohenzollerns, or Austria establishes that Europe would benefit from reassembling the Hapsburg territory. I have never seen the European powers tried to pretend that the First World War never happened before.

  3. Hopefully the conditions in Russia will soon be improved so that it will create peace for all citizens…

  4. I ‘ve read what you wrote all . I ‘ve got important points .
    Menulislah again to create enlightenment for us readers .

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