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AP*Comparative Government
and Politics Examination
|What You Need to Know

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The Russian Federation

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Government

The Russian Government The President The Prime Minister Embassy of the Russian
Federation, Washington,
D.C.
The Supreme Court of
the Russian Federation

The FSB (successor to the KGB)
(in Russian)
The Central Bank of the
Russian Federation

(in English)
The Permanent Mission of
the Russian Federation
to the United Nations

(in English)

Parties

United Russia
(in Russian)
Communist Party of the Russian
Federation
(in Russian)
The Other Russia
(in English)
Right Cause Liberal Democratic Party of Russia
(in Russian)
Yabloko
(in Russian)
The Union of Right Forces
(in Russian)

Media

Pravda
(in English)
Izvestiya
(in Russian)
Kommersant
(in Russian)
Moscow Times
(in English)
Komsomolskaya Pravda
(in Russian)
Moscow Daily Pravda
(in Russian)
ITAR-TASS News Agency
(in English)
RIA Novosti - Sputnik
(in English)


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General Sources Current News Articles International Organizations
The United Kingdom The Russian Federation
(Rossiyskaya Federatsiya)
The Peoples Republic of China
(Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo)
The Federal Republic of Nigeria The United Mexican States
(Estados Unidos Mexicanos)
Islamic Republic of Iran
(Jomhuri-ye Eslami-ye Iran)

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