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Volha Starastsina saw no choice but to flush her work down the police station toilet.
Russia's parliament on Friday expelled a lawmaker who turned against President Vladimir Putin, paving the way for similar action against others who have joined the opposition movement in a clear sign that the Kremlin is intensifying its crackdown on political dissent.
When a smirking Vladimir Putin told journalists shortly before his return to the presidency in May that he would "certainly tighten the screws" on Russia's protest leaders, no one in the opposition was entirely sure how serious the former KGB officer was.
Tensions between China and almost all of its maritime neighbors are at a historic high as a result of sovereignty and maritime rights disputes.
Nasty old colonels normally appear before Congress only to answer for past misdeeds. But I testified last week on Stuxnet and the White House leaks because of personal experience with something people in Washington often prefer to forget: The New York Times spies, lies and routinely distorts the truth.
Polonium first hit the headlines when it was used to kill KGB agent-turned-Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006.
On the international release date of Luke Harding's compelling account of Russia's modern security state and the Russian Security Service (FSB), the German website for the book unexpectedly became inaccessible, and Google searches redirected users to a Russian site that also didn't work. Mr. Harding suspected foul play and took to Twitter to declare his prime suspects: pro-Kremlin Russian hackers.
Maintaining our freedom and way of life requires that we retain our global leadership with a national strategy for military superiority that determines our military budget. What's happening today is the reverse, and it will fail.
In June 2000, President George W. Bush and his Soviet counterpart, Vladimir Putin, met for the first time in "neutral" Slovenia. Mr. Bush was mesmerized, telling members of his party, "I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straightforward and trustworthy."