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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - New Economic School In Moscow
President-elect Vladimir Putin's lavish promises of higher wages and benefits for soldiers, doctors and teachers were a key element in winning a new term in the Kremlin.
In Russia, president offers praise of Capitals star.
While acknowledging America's own imperfections, President Obama on Tuesday challenged Russia's strong-arm foreign policy and urged his host nation to stop competing and instead join in a "global partnership" of strong nations dedicated to world security.