Kim Iskyan

Kim Iskyan has written extensively on the former Soviet Union and is head of research at MDM Bank in Moscow.

Foreigners
Oct. 4 2005 1:36 PMAll Oligarchs Are Not Created EqualRussia's latest energy power play.
Foreigners
Dec. 27 2004 11:00 AMTiger, Tiger, Fading FastCould other countries replicate Ireland's economic transformation?
Foreigners
Oct. 27 2004 3:15 PMThe Campaign in UkraineIf you think the U.S. election is nasty, take a look at this one.
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May 20 2004 2:55 PMThe Great Irish Smoke-OutNot smoking can seriously damage your health.
Foreigners
April 22 2004 2:01 PMForget ConstantinopleCan Armenians remember genocide without ignoring the future?
Moneybox
March 22 2004 3:31 PMThe Mighty Red Army's IPOIrkut is the first Russian defense firm to go public. Does its stock offering signal a bright new phase in Russian capitalism?
Foreigners
March 1 2004 1:35 PMTrading PlacesWhat drives a country to switch its capital city?
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Dec. 16 2003 10:44 AMFirst AidBush should support private development assistance, not create another government bureaucracy.
Foreigners
Oct. 13 2003 5:18 PMPlayboy of the Eastern WorldWhy you should care about Azerbaijan's presidential elections.
Hey, Wait A Minute
Sept. 16 2003 11:23 AMThe Killer SeasonThis summer was deadly, but winter could be even worse.
Foreigners
March 1 2005 6:15 AMThe Next Big RaceAfter nuclear arms, is energy next?
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Dec. 2 2004 2:55 PMWhat You Need To Know About Ukraine ...So you can forget about it next month.
Foreigners
July 30 2004 12:06 PMIs Russia the Next Zimbabwe?Putin's crusade against Yukos could be economic suicide.
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April 30 2004 8:01 AMJoining the ClubThe dwindling privileges of EU membership.
History Lesson
March 24 2004 11:31 AMWhy Is Haiti Such a Mess?It takes a rebellion to get America's attention.
Foreigners
March 9 2004 3:38 PMPutin's Potemkin Election"Russian democracy" is still a cynical joke.
Foreigners
Jan. 29 2004 3:37 PMMcGlobalizationHow the chicken sandwich came to Kyrgyzstan.
Foreigners
Nov. 4 2003 6:42 PMPutin's Next Power PlayJailing billionaires is just the beginning; he wants to be Russia's president-for-life.
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Sept. 24 2003 7:29 AMTolerating Putin's Evil EmpireWhy Bush is ignoring the latest Russian crackdown.
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July 28 2003 4:52 PMSelling Off SiberiaWhy China should purchase the Russian Far East.

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  Business
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Oct. 21 2014 1:12 PM The Global Millionaires Club Is Booming and Losing Its Exclusivity
  Life
Atlas Obscura
Oct. 21 2014 12:40 PM Asamkirche: The Rococo Church Where Death Hides in Plain Sight
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  Arts
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  Technology
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Oct. 21 2014 10:43 AM Social Networking Didn’t Start at Harvard It really began at a girls’ reform school.
  Health & Science
Climate Desk
Oct. 21 2014 11:53 AM Taking Research for Granted Texas Republican Lamar Smith continues his crusade against independence in science.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.