Perestroika 2.0

Russian president Dmitri Medvedev looks set to launch massive state reforms and while most of them will aimed at the economy, there are signs that Russia's anit-Western political stance may also be shifting.

As Russian President Dmitri Medvedev was preparing to make his second State of the State address on Thursday, some major shifts in Russian domestic and foreign policy appeared to be taking place. Those shifts seemed destined to affect not only the speech, but Russia as a whole.

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