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December 10th, 2009

Kalashnikov In The Kremlin

Abstract:
RFE/RL's Russian Service has been reporting steadily in recent weeks about the inroads that a certain Maksim Kalashnikov has been making in getting his views on Russia's future heard at the highest levels in the Kremlin.

Kalashnikov wraps all the geopolitics up in paeans to the power of advanced technologies (he uses the phrase "nanotechnology" almost as often as Medvedev himself). Now, it appears, his views have attracted Medvedev's attention. It will be interesting to see what emerges when the ideas of the author of "Forward, Russia!" merge with those of the author of "Forward To The USSR-2."

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