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Natasha Yefimova

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Natasha Yefimova Natasha Yefimova was born in Leningrad in 1973 and emigrated with her family to the United States when she was five. Since 1996, after receiving a Bachelor's degree from Barnard College, she has been living in Moscow, working as a translator and journalist. Ms. Yefimova has worked as a field producer with the BBC and has served as news editor and reporter with The Moscow Times. She is now deputy director for communications with the Carnegie Moscow Center, a leading independent policy research center.

Russia Goes to the Polls

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2003
Nikita Khrushchev once said, "Politicians are the same everywhre: they promise to build a bridge even where there is no river." As political observer Natasha Yefimova shows, there have been surprisingly few promises made or platforms pronounced in the run-up to this December's Duma election. The reasons for this are quite interesting.
Author: Natasha Yefimova
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