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Foreign Policy Surprised by Russian Media Response
5.01.2013 15:57
Foreign Policy Surprised by Russian Media Response
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Foreign Policy has denied its editorial board has anything to do with the most powerful figures list that has put the Russian president on the second spot.

FP has posted an explanation where it says it was a blogger’s list and not an annual feature and that it never carried the rating in print magazine.

According to FP, the author was Ian Bremmer, the head of the Eurasia Group think thank.

The magazine points out that the Russian media have verification issues, but says the problem is not unique to Russia. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Foreign Policy Russian media Russian president   

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