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The Man with the Money: How Michael Calvey went from billion-dollar Moscow investor to facing ...

Russia Today 01 Aug 2021
The American financier may have been an influential poster-boy for foreign investment in Russia, but the police didn’t care ... Moscow business daily Vedomosti described the financial firm as “the symbol of direct investment in Russia” and, according to the ...
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Russia handcuffed to Syria’s failing state

Asiatimes 01 Aug 2021
Russia has invested heavily in the Syrian conflict ... In the medium term, however, Russia is handcuffed to expending scarce capital on an Assad regime offering little return ... A banking crisis in Lebanon has locked up the accounts of the regime, financiers, businesses and individual Syrians ... Syrians should be in Syria, with Russia leading the effort.
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The COMPLETE list of Russian tsars, emperors and presidents

Beijing News 01 Aug 2021
Essentially, Ivan III can be considered the founder of Russia ... He lived in Russia from 1742 ... The codification of Russian laws and a financial reform were among the successes of his reign, but strong corruption in the military eventually led Russia to losing the Eastern (Crimean) War of 1853-1856.
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Refusal to compete with Israelis at Olympics is discrimination - analysis

The Jerusalem Post 01 Aug 2021
After Russia's annexation of Crimea, like many athletes, he switched his allegiance from Ukraine to Russia ... While Russia offers better living conditions and financial support for athletes, Ayvazyan, 43, is now stuck. A three-year "quarantine" period demanded by Ukraine means he can only compete within Russia.
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Latest on Coronavirus

Urdu Point 01 Aug 2021
Pfizer and Moderna have raised prices of their COVID-19 vaccines for the European Union, Financial Times reported, citing the latest supply contracts. Russia recorded 22,804 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, down from 23,807 the day before, bringing the total to 6,288,677, the Federal response center said ... ....
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Sanctions in the contemporary cold war

The News International 31 Jul 2021
On one front, the US and Nato adhere to the rules-based international order, while China and Russia abide by the international law system ... Furthermore, with aspirations to upend the US-dominated international system, Russia has generated an alternate for the US based SWIFT for worldwide financial telecommunication.
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File - Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, center, arrives with other members of the Taliban delegation for attending an international peace conference in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, March 18, 2021.
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China is cosying up to Taliban, but it's a rocky road to romance

Yahoo Daily News 31 Jul 2021
At first glance, it seems that the best bet for China is to promise financial aid in projects ... There is also the distant possibility of Central Asia using Gwadar as an exit route for their exports, which won’t be welcomed by Russia. China knows all this, and therefore promises much and delivers little in financial commitment.
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Congress is getting Trump’s tax returns. N.J.’s Pascrell spent years going after them.

NJ dot com 31 Jul 2021
Pascrell, one of Trump’s fiercest critics in Congress, led the effort on the committee to get the returns, wanting to know whether they would show financial ties between the president and Russia, and whether he personally benefitted from the 2017 Republican tax law he signed.
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Bank of Russia Exposes Nearly 150 Financial Pyramid Scams, Fraudsters Exploit Crypto Craze

Bitcoin 30 Jul 2021
The Central Bank of Russia (CBR) has identified 146 financial pyramid schemes in only six months this year ... The financial authority attributed the spike to increased activity of “unfair market participants” in the midst of ongoing economic recovery and increasing demand for investments in Russia.
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Russia & China expanding yuan share in mutual trade, pushing out US dollar – Chinese ...

Russia Today 30 Jul 2021
According to Zhang, Russia has been steadily following a policy of de-dollarization of foreign trade, expanding the use of Chinese currency for buying financial products denominated in the renminbi and using it as a reserve currency over recent years.
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How Russian money keeps Belarus afloat

Egypt Independent 30 Jul 2021
Russia has supported its western neighbor Belarus for decades — long before the European Union and the United States imposed sanctions on Minsk and President Alexander Lukashenko ... Between 2014 and 2020, Russia incurred an estimated $4.2 billion in financial damages from the smuggling of EU-sanctioned goods.
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Russia and Syria: bound together in a mission that is far from accomplished

The Conversation 30 Jul 2021
Russia has invested heavily in the Syrian conflict ... In the medium term, however, Russia is handcuffed to expending scarce capital on an Assad regime offering little return ... A banking crisis in Lebanon has locked up the accounts of the regime, financiers, businesses and individual Syrians ... Syrians should be in Syria, with Russia leading the effort.
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Natural Gas Deficit Causes Prices To Soar

Oil Price 30 Jul 2021
... exports from Russia, the Financial Times reports, noting the supply crunch may intensify in the coming weeks.
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Hillicon Valley: Poll finds Americans eager to regulate Big Tech | Protesters heap pressure onto ...

The Hill 30 Jul 2021
... on servers that are based in Russia. Google must now pay a fine of 3 million rubles, equivalent to about $41,000, which is the first financial penalty the technology company has ever received in Russia for issues involving data storage regulations, The Associated Press reported.
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Google fined for violating Russian data storage law

The Hill 29 Jul 2021
Google must now pay a fine of 3 million rubles, equivalent to about $41,000, which is the first financial penalty the technology company has ever received in Russia for issues involving data storage regulations, The Associated Press reported ... LinkedIn, however, was banned from Russia because it did not store user data in Russia, the AP noted.
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