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Olga Doronina

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Olga Doronina is a Russian journalist and editor specializing in Russian politics and legislation, and has been a parliamentary correspondent for leading Russian media for eight years.

25.12.2014

2014 for Russia – the year no experts could have predicted

2014 for Russia – the year no experts could have predicted

The outgoing year will be remembered for Russia’s annexation of Crimea, President Vladimir Putin’s unprecedented high rating in public opinion polls and the beginning of a severe economic recession

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19.12.2014

Putin wraps up Russia's year with economic reassurances

Putin wraps up Russia's year with economic reassurances

At Vladimir Putin’s final press conference of 2014, the Russian president answered reporters’ questions on a range of topics from the fall of the ruble, the Ukraine crisis and relations with the United States to the size of his salary

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04.12.2014

What to look for in Putin's big year-end speech

What to look for in Putin's big year-end speech

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Dec. 4 address to parliament is expected to outline a development strategy to cope with the new political and economic environment facing Russia in 2015

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