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June 2012

First Kidnapped, Now Imprisoned

June 1, 2012 // Prensa Libre - Guatemala - Spanish

The United States decided not to repatriate the Guatemalan girl, Anyeli Hernandez, who was kidnapped over five years ago by a band that snatched her from her parents, held her in captivity and sold her to an American couple residing in Missouri, where she currently is. Now that country should analyze and understand the [Read more]

Russia’s Security Concerns Must be Taken Seriously

June 1, 2012 // Russia Beyond the Headlines - Russia

'The inseparable connection between strategic offensive and defensive weapons has for many decades been an axiom for Russia and the United States. Military experts and politicians in the two countries have always assumed that an imbalance in this area was fraught with destructive consequences for international security and strategic stability.'

How to Boost Green Energy and Efficiency

June 1, 2012 // The Moscow Times - Russia

'Russia's pursuit of greater energy efficiency is already stimulating great interest among U.S. businesses. Many U.S. businesses on the mission have a particular interest in Russia's focus on smart grids, green-building and road infrastructure.'
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