April 25, 2011

Inside Russia's Election Choices

Vladmir Frolov, The Moscow Times

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Finally, we are being offered a real political choice: Either hastily and disruptively switch from Coke to Pepsi or make a gradual and tightly controlled transition to Diet Coke.

This is the agenda for 2012 as outlined by our two presidential hopefuls, President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, neither of whom has ruled out that he may run.

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