june 1994

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  • Open Secrets

    Why the so-called Clipper chip—vilified as a threat to the privacy of electronic communications—is not worth losing sleep over 

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    The Wild East

    Organized crime has Russia even more firmly in its grip than has been reported. Lawlessness has made Americans in Moscow fear for their lives, thrown obstacles in the way of businesses both foreign and domestic——and eroded the government's control over its nuclear weapons and materials.

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