Jessica Golloher

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Global Politics

Moscow's crumbling Soviet architecture

Russia has seen a dramatic surge in new construction in recent years, especially in cities like Moscow. But Jessica Golloher reports that some Muscovites worry that historically significant buildings are being sacrificed in the name of progress.

Conflict & Justice

Stalin's grandson sues newspaper

Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on a lawsuit brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against a newspaper. The libel suit focuses on an article that described Stalin's actions leading to the deaths of millions of Soviet citizens.

Conflict & Justice

Putin's 10th anniversary in power

Vladimir Putin is celebrating an anniversary today. The Russian prime minister has been at the top, or near the top, of the power pyramid in Russia for a decade. Jessica Golloher reports on Mr. Putin's successes and failures.

Conflict & Justice

Russia hostile to NGOs

Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on the challenges facing non-governmental organizations ? or NGOs ? in Russia. The Russian government is not friendly to NGOs, and often goes to great lengths to make life impossible for the groups. On PRI's The World.

Global Politics

Space race memories

It's been 40 years since the United States' astronauts landed on the moon. It's been one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind and it appears even more of a leap for some Russians to believe. Jessica Golloher has the details from Moscow.