December 22, 2012

Why Russia Wants to Bar U.S. Adoptions

Masha Lipman, New Yorker

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The Magnitsky Act, passed recently by the United States Senate, may have been of little interest to Americans, but its impact and aftermath in Russia has been tempestuous.

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