KGB Casts Long Shadow in Russia

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The Soviet KGB evolved into the Russian FSB after the fall of Communism. Now, according to a report in The Economist, the agency is stronger than ever and runs much of the country. The magazine's Moscow bureau chief, Arkady Ostrovsky, talks with Alex Cohen.

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