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Russia Ponders Idea To Make it A Criminal Offense To Agree To U.S. Sanction -- PM Medvedev says

Russian PM says he backs criminalizing observance of U.S. sanctions

 Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev backs the idea of making it a criminal offense for Russians to observe sanctions imposed by the United States, Medvedev said in an interview broadcast on Saturday on state TV channel Rossiya 1. 215 more words

Russia should ban American products in response to US sanctions -- Sanction hammering Russia's economy

Russia Today (RT)

Moscow may ban US goods as part of a response to the latest sanctions imposed by Washington, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has suggested. 184 more words

Politicians in Social media

Nowadays the Internet is connected with almost all spheres of our lives. And the political world is not an exception. The attention of Russians was probably drawn to this sphere after the hoopla around the scandalous Donald Trump’s Twitter posts. 565 more words

Suspected Russian fraudster wanted by the US arrested in Thailand

Sergey Medvedev, a Russian man accused by the United States of founding online criminal network Infraud Organisation, has been arrested in Thailand and is facing extradition to the US. 73 more words

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Russia's Medvedev says the world shouldn't be dominated by one currency

BEIJING (Reuters) – Russia and China were considering linking their national payment system, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday, as he called for a more balanced global finance structure.

Russia's Medvedev says the world shouldn’t be dominated by one currency

BEIJING (Reuters) – Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday that the world should not be dominated by one currency.

The Benefits of Bureaucratic Leadership: When There is No Character to Assassinate

By Sergei Samoilenko

In March 2017, Alexei Navalny, Russia’s most famous anti-corruption activist, and his Anti-Corruption Foundation launched a large-scale investigation campaign “Don’t Call Him Dimon.”  An investigative video posted on YouTube accused Dmitry Medvedev, the prime minister and former president of Russia, of creating a corrupt network of charity foundations and soliciting bribes from oligarchs. 991 more words