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Category Archives: Russia
Easter bunny: Eastern bunny: (Thanks to Stefan Baur for the idea and the magazine cover.)
While browsing charts and graphs about property bubbles and purchasing power parity, I came across this chart in The Economist which shows how much plastic surgery is performed in the following countries. There is a lot to be said about … Continue reading
Show trial in Ukraine: Show trial in Russia: Show trial in the Vatican: Feel free to add more examples.
The original: The copycat:
Living in Lithuania, I also receive some Russian TV channels. On one of them, I spotted this show in which the size of Russia is compared to the size of other countries.
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When Vladimir Putin was appointed dictator for life re-elected as President on 4 March 2012, he had tears in his eyes when he appeared in front of government employees who had been ordered to attend jubilant voters. But what did Russia’s strong … Continue reading
Some lawyers have an odd concept of legal research. As a lawyer from a civil law jurisdiction (Germany), I generally start with a look into the codes and statutes. If you are from a common law jurisdiction and nobody in … Continue reading
Although I live in England, I am actually not sad about this country missing out on the opportunity to host another Football World Cup. Living in London, I am already annoyed with the daily dose of tourists, and I am … Continue reading