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US supporting – not exporting – democracy in Russia, says Obama

Democracy Digest from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED): Democracy remains on the US-Russian agenda, President Barack Obama said today. But it is best advanced through the dual track approach entailed in the reset of relations between the two states Follow this link: US supporting – not exporting – democracy in Russia, says Obama  Sourced from: Free Media Online Read More »

Katyn and Auschwitz Made Spring 1940 “Poland’s Most Cruel”

NEWS from THE POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS DOWNSTATE NEW YORK DIVISION 177 Kent St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11222 – (718) 349-9689 _______________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 31, 2010 KATYN AND AUSCHWITZ MADE SPRING 1940 “POLAND’S MOST CRUEL”   ********************************* Brooklyn, N.Y. …It was April 1940. Six months had already passed since the invasion of Poland by the Germans and the Russians the ... Read More »

“The Katyn Problem in Contemporary Russia”

Professor Aleksandr Guryanov’s presentation [translated from Russian] from the Katyn observances at the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress, May 5, 2010. This is sent with permission of Professor Mark Kramer [translator] and the Harvard University Cold War Archives. It can be reprinted or reposted with acknowledgment. “The Katyn Problem in Contemporary Russia” Aleksandr Guryanov, “Memorial” Society Esteemed Mr. Chairman and Ladies and ... Read More »

BBG Blamed for Armenian Genocide Denials on Congressionally-funded Radio Liberty

FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, May 02, 2010, San Francisco — Armenian genocide and Holocaust denials in radio and TV reports generated by private contractors working for the Broadcasting Board of Governors are linked to mismanagement and flawed programming policy at this US taxpayer-funded Federal agency, says FreeMediaOnline, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization which works to promote independent journalism ... Read More »

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