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Masha Lipman

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Political analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center and writer of a monthly political colum for the Washington Post

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Despite predictions that their nations would be divided, the  G-20 leaders  said today they will take unified action against the global recession.

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Leaders of the  world's largest economies  are proclaiming success for their  G-20 summit , promising concerted action against the global recession.

The G-20 and the World's Economic Order

Leaders of the world's largest economies are proclaiming success for their G-20 summit , promising concerted action against the global recession.

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President Bush says the humanitarian effort in Georgia will be going on for a while...but he doesn't have long in office. So what about the candidates to replace him?

Bush Talks Tough to Russia

President Bush says the humanitarian effort in Georgia will be going on for a while...but he doesn't have long in office. So what about the candidates to replace him?

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