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Plans for a Moscow gay parade raise concerns that past violence will be repeated.
Interview with the Shah of Iran.
President Reagan hopes to get the Soviet Union to agree to regular summit meetings.
This story originally appeared in the October 13, 1986, issue of U.S.News & World Report.
Moscow correspondent Nicholas Daniloff was a Cold War pawn—just as that era was coming to an end.
Each day, news of the extent of destruction in Myanmar from Saturday's Cyclone Nargis gets worse.
Russia is scheduled to inaugurate its third democratically elected president on Wednesday.
In 1986, Nicholas Daniloff became the focus of world attention after he was jailed by the KGB.
Investors should bet on BRIC countries, plus Mexico and South Korea, author says.
Former workers say the Russian government adds to their suffering.