Robert Amsterdam

attorney for Mikhail Khodorkovsky

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Attorney to Mikhail Khodorkovsky, former head of Yukos, once the largest oil company in Russia

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The US may not want to resume the Cold War, but Vladimir Putin's Russia shows signs of returning to Soviet-style authoritarianism.

Resurgent Russia, Friend or Foe?

The US may not want to resume the Cold War, but Vladimir Putin's Russia shows signs of returning to Soviet-style authoritarianism.

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