2014年2月1日 星期六

President Vladimir V. Putin (2)

Vladimir V. Putin at a news conference Tuesday with European Union officials in Brussels. Ukraine has been a source of tension.
Sign of a Chill: E.U. Doesn't Set Table for Putin

By ANDREW HIGGINS

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia arrived in Brussels absent the customary ceremony, a small sign that unrest in Ukraine has chilled Russian relations with Europe.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, in court in 2010, was one of Russia's richest and most powerful men when he was imprisoned in 2003.
Putin, Secure in Power, Says He May Free Jailed Rival

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

President Vladimir V. Putin said that Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, the former oil tycoon, could soon be freed from prison, a reversal many saw as an attempt to quiet critics before the Winter Olympics.

Russian Amnesties

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Unless followed by a strengthening of the rule of law, President Putin's amnesties are an imperial gesture, not a sign that justice has been served. 




By ALISON SMALE

President Viktor F. Yanukovich repeated assurances that there would be no violent move to clear out antigovernment protesters in Kiev, yet also warned outside powers against interference.
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