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Former Moscow Correspondent David Satter Talks about Investigating Russian Corruption

David Satter

Few American journalists know from experience how life in Vladmir Putin’s modern day Russia can bring back the feeling of fear that existed in the Soviet Union, except for David Satter, a Moscow correspondent, who talked to the Washington Times about his experience investicating Russian corruption.

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