Human Rights Groups Say Putin Retreating on Democracy Tanya Lokshina of the Moscow Helsinki Group, a human rights and democracy group in Russia, discusses how President Bush can influence Russian President Vladimir Putin to take steps toward meaningful human rights and democracy reform.
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Human Rights Groups Say Putin Retreating on Democracy

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Human Rights Groups Say Putin Retreating on Democracy

Human Rights Groups Say Putin Retreating on Democracy

Human Rights Groups Say Putin Retreating on Democracy

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Tanya Lokshina of the Moscow Helsinki Group, a human rights and democracy group in Russia, discusses how President Bush can influence Russian President Vladimir Putin to take steps toward meaningful human rights and democracy reform.