Alexei Levinson

Head of the Socio-cultural Department, Levada Center

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Head of the Socio-cultural Department at the Levada Center, an independent polling and sociological research organization based in Moscow, Russia

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Barack Obama is in Moscow for a two-day trip, and appears to be on track with his goal of ending the long chill between the US and its former cold war enemy.

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Barack Obama is in Moscow for a two-day trip, and appears to be on track with his goal of ending the long chill between the US and its former cold war enemy.

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Barack Obama is in Moscow for a two-day trip, and appears to be on track with his goal of ending the long chill between the US and its former cold war enemy.

Can Obama 'Reset' Relations with Russia?

Barack Obama is in Moscow for a two-day trip, and appears to be on track with his goal of ending the long chill between the US and its former cold war enemy.

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