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Wanted: An Architect

Vladimir Orlov

“The main result of the December 2, 2007 Duma elections: a long transition period in Russiais finally over. A new stage in Russia's development when has been open since then means that current national projects – designed mainly to address purely domestic issues – should be strengthened by the new ones, with even more grandeur. The key new project, it seems, should be restoration of linkage between Russia and her neighbors from the former common home – most of the former Soviet Union states,” – writes Security Index Editor-in-Chief Vladimir Orlov. “There are few people better equipped to play the role of the architect of this new Eurasian common market and of the leader of real re-integration than Mr. Putin”. In his Editorial, Vladimir Orlov also discusses Iranian nuclear program and Russian-Iranian relations.

Wanted: An Architect


SECURITY INDEX №1 (83), 2008