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PUERTO RICO

Puerto Rico is a self-governing territory of the United States of America. It forms part of the United States’ postal system.

In November 2012, Puerto Rico voted in a non-binding referendum to become a full state of the USA. This change would require the support of the United States government.

For supplementary information, see links to post office home pages here , to postal code pages here and to other personal name and addressing issues pages here .

Table of Contents
  • Puerto Rico — Country information

    • Local short name form

    • Official name

    • Area

    • Population

    • Capital

    • Currency

    • International telephone access code

    • ISO 3166 country codes

    • Car nationality plate code

    • Internet country code

    • GRC Country Code

  • Puerto Rico — Number format

  • Puerto Rico — Date and time formats

  • Puerto Rico — Languages

  • Puerto Rico — Address Formats

    • Thoroughfare types

  • Puerto Rico — Post office box

  • Puerto Rico — Postal codes

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code format graphic

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code format

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code specifics

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code regular expression

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code level of coverage

    • Puerto Rico — Postal code map

  • Puerto Rico — Administrative districts

    • Administrative districts graphic

  • Telephone numbers in Puerto Rico

   1,234. 45

(where . indicates the decimal separator and , the thousands separator)

   Note: This section last updated 1st June 2021
   dd/mm/yyyy

though the system used in the United States of America will often be found.

   14:32 

The national languages are English , with 82 000 mother-language speakers and Spanish , with 2 690 000 speakers. There are also a very small number of Dutch Creole-speakers.

   Note: This section last updated 9th April 2015

In Puerto Rico, addresses are mainly written in Spanish. Addresses contain a street address and often also an Urbanization District (abbreviated to Urb).

The USPS request that addresses are written in the original language and that no translation of its components is attempted.

The USPS requires that the neighbourhood/district is written above the address line so that the Puerto Rican addresses contain the data needed for mechanical sorting and delivery (building number + thoroughfare name, settlement + state + postal code) in the same place and order as in other places that the USPS operates. However, it is more common in Spanish-speaking countries that the neighbourhood/district information is written after the street address line, and that order is also commonly found in Puerto Rican addresses.

When a street name is a number, the word calle must be used to prevent confusion between the house number (at the front) and the street number (at the back):

   A17 CALLE 1
   13 CALLE 191

In common with other Spanish-speaking countries, addresses may contain sub-building indicators such as número, casa, lote, #, bloque and so on after the house number. These should be eliminated and replaced by hyphens in this way:

   CALLE 19 BLQ 199 CASA 31

should be

   199-31 CALLE 19

and

   CALLE 117 Bloque 23 num. 18

should be

   23-18 CALLE 117

For Rural Routes and Highway Contracts, always use the English RR or HC and Box and never an equivalent, such as RURAL, RUTA RURAL, RFD, BUZON or BZN. The correct format is:

   RR 3 BOX 17A
   HC 1 BOX 18

Common thoroughfare types in Puerto Rico are:

   BOULEVARD (BLVD)
   CALLE
   CALLEJON
   CAMINO
   CARRETERA (CARR)
   PARQUE
   PASAJE
   PASEO
   PATIO
   PLAZA
   VEREDA
   VIA
   VISTA

The following strings are (abbreviated) indicators of district (urbanizations):

   ALTURA (ALT)
   ALTURAS (ALTS)
   COLINAS
   ESTANCIAS (EST)
   EXTENSIÓN (EXT)
   JARDINES (JARD)
   MANSIONES (MANS)
   PARQUE (PARQ)
   QUINTAS (QTAS)
   REPARTO (REPTO)
   SECTOR (SECT)
   TERRAZA (TERR)
   URBANIZATION (URB)
   VILLA (VILLA)
   VILLAS (VILLA)
   Comprehensive tables of these strings can be acquired – see http:www.grcdi.nl/addresses.htm 
   A table containing information about the relevant position of elements within address blocks can be acquired 

The USPS asks that the string PO BOX and not its Spanish equivalent is always used to indicate post office box. Strings which should be translated to PO BOX are:

   APARTADO
   APT,
   APTDO
   BOX
   BOX,
   BUZON
   CALL BOX
   CALLER
   PO BOXES-

All Puerto Rico postal codes (ZIP Codes) fall in the ranges 00601-00799 and 00901-00999.

   Metadata containing postal code formatting rules, exceptions and regular expressions can be acquired 

(00)999, (00)999(-)9999

The first two digits are 00. The third digit is 6, 7 or 9.

\A((00)[6-7|9][0-9][0-9]|(00)[6-7|9][0-9][0-9](-)[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9])\Z

n/a

The state code, as written in addresses, is PR.

All telephone numbers in Puerto Rico have the area codes 787 or 939. Subscriber numbers have 7 digits.

   Tables of telephone number information/formats can be acquired – see http://www.grcdi.nl/telephone.htm  

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Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for Review and Approval; Comment Request; American Community Survey and Puerto Rico Community Survey

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Census Bureau, Commerce.

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Notice of information collection, request for comment.

The Department of Commerce, in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) of 1995, invites the general public and other Federal agencies to comment on proposed, and continuing information collections, which helps us assess the impact of our information collection requirements and minimize the public’s reporting burden. The purpose of this notice is to allow for 60 days of public comment on the proposed revision of the American Community Survey and Puerto Rico Community Survey, prior to the submission of the information collection request (ICR) to OMB for approval.

To ensure consideration, comments regarding this proposed information collection must be received on or before November 14, 2022.

Interested persons are invited to submit written comments by email to
[email protected]
Please reference the American Community Survey and the Puerto Rico Community Survey in the subject line of your comments. You may also submit comments, identified by Docket Number USBC-2022-0014, to the Federal e-Rulemaking Portal:
http://www.regulations.gov.
All comments received are part of the public record. No comments will be posted to
http://www. regulations.gov
for public viewing until after the comment period has closed. Comments will generally be posted without change. All Personally Identifiable Information (for example, name and address) voluntarily submitted by the commenter may be publicly accessible. Do not submit Confidential Business Information or otherwise sensitive or protected information. You may submit attachments to electronic comments in Microsoft Word, Excel, or Adobe PDF file formats.

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Requests for additional information or specific questions related to collection activities should be directed to Dameka Reese, U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office, 301-763-3804,
[email protected]

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I.

Abstract

Since its founding, the U.S. Census Bureau has balanced the demands of a growing country requiring information about its people and economy with concerns for respondents’ confidentiality and the time and effort it takes respondents to answer questions. Beginning with the 1810 Census, Congress updated the set of questions asked in the 1790 and 1800 Censuses by adding questions to support a range of public concerns and uses. Over the course of a century, Federal agencies requested to add questions about agriculture, industry, and commerce, as well as individuals’ occupation, ancestry, marital status, disabilities, place of birth, and other topics. In 1940, the Census Bureau introduced the long-form census questionnaire in order to ask more detailed questions to a sample of the public.

In the early 1990s, the demand for current, nationally consistent data from a wide variety of users led Federal government policymakers to consider the feasibility of collecting social, economic, and housing data continuously throughout the decade. The benefits of providing current data, along with the anticipated decennial census benefits in cost savings, planning, improved census coverage, and more efficient operations, led the Census Bureau to plan the implementation of the Continuous Measurement Survey, later called the American Community Survey (ACS). After years of testing, the ACS was implemented in 2005 replacing the need for long-form data collection in future decennial censuses. The ACS is conducted throughout the United States and in Puerto Rico, where it is called the Puerto Rico Community Survey (PRCS). The ACS samples approximately 3.5 million housing unit addresses in the United States and about 36,000 housing unit addresses in Puerto Rico each year. A housing unit is a house, an apartment, a mobile home, a group of rooms, or a single room occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters. The ACS also collects detailed socioeconomic data from a sample of about 170,000 residents living in group quarters facilities in the United States and about 900 in Puerto Rico. Group quarters are places where people live or stay, in a group living arrangement that is owned or managed by an entity or organization providing housing and/or services for the residents. People living in group quarters usually are not related to each other. Group quarters include such places as college/university student housing, residential treatment centers, skilled nursing facilities, group homes, military barracks, correctional facilities, workers’ group living quarters and Job Corps centers, and emergency and transitional shelters.

In 2024, the ACS plans to add an internet self-response option to the group quarters data collection operation. The Census Bureau believes there is value in offering a self-response option to people living in certain types of group quarters—college/university student housing, group homes, military barracks, workers’ group living quarters and Job Corps centers, and emergency and transitional shelters.

Beginning with the 2024 data collection year, the ACS will use administrative data. The Census Bureau is obligated by law (title 13, U.S. Code) to use existing information that has already been collected by other government agencies, whenever possible and consistent with the kind, timeliness, quality and scope of the statistics required, instead of asking for such information directly from the public. The Census Bureau is allowed to use these data for statistical purposes only and may not use these records for enforcement purposes or to decide on eligibility for a benefit. Additionally, Census Bureau research has shown that using administrative data can reduce respondent burden and improve the quality of the ACS data. The Census Bureau is focusing initial efforts to supplement or replace ACS survey data for several housing characteristics with administrative data from other sources, such as property tax records. At a minimum, administrative data will be used for the question asking about property acreage beginning in 2024. Implementation for other housing items, such as agricultural sales and year built, may start later.

In addition to using administrative records and in coordination with the Office of Management and Budget Interagency Committee for the ACS, the Census Bureau solicited proposals for question changes or additions from more than 20 Federal agencies. Approved topics underwent cognitive testing to verify that proposed question wording would be understood by respondents. Based on cognitive testing results, the Census Bureau proposes to update wording in 2024 for questions on three topics: condominium fees, home heating fuel, and journey to work. The Census Bureau proposes to implement these three topics without additional testing; other topics are still undergoing testing.

The condominium fees question would be extended to include homeowners’ association (HOA) fees. Data sources continue to show housing units that are part of HOAs outnumber housing units in condominiums. In order to provide more comprehensive and accurate costs of owning a home, the ACS needs to capture HOA fees for these homes. Adding these fees to the existing condominium fees question
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avoids adding a new question to the ACS and therefore minimizes respondent burden.

The change to the home heating fuel question would update the natural gas and bottled gas categories. This will aid respondents in identifying the correct category more easily by using more commonly used terminology.

The journey to work question would be updated to include ride-sharing services as a mode of transportation to work to account for new and growing travel trends. This will reduce ambiguity in the current question about where respondents should report ride-sharing commutes and will allow the government to monitor changes in transportation patterns for planning purposes.

II. Method of Collection

To encourage self-response in the ACS, the Census Bureau sends up to five mailings to housing unit addresses selected to be in the sample. The first mailing, sent to all mailable addresses in the sample, includes an invitation to participate in the ACS online and states that a paper questionnaire will be sent in a few weeks to those unable to respond online. The second mailing is a letter that reminds respondents to complete the survey online, thanks them if they have already done so, and informs them that a paper questionnaire will be sent at a later date if we do not receive their response. In a third mailing, the paper questionnaire is sent only to those sample addresses that have not completed the online questionnaire within two weeks of receipt of the first mailing. The fourth mailing is a postcard that reminds respondents to respond and informs them that an interviewer may contact them if they do not complete the survey. A fifth mailing is sent to respondents who have not completed the survey within five weeks. This letter provides a due date and reminds the respondents to return their questionnaires to be removed from future contact. If a respondent starts to answer the survey online and provides an email address but does not complete the survey, an email will be sent to the respondent to remind them to return to the survey to complete their online questionnaire. If the Census Bureau does not receive a response or if the household refuses to participate, the address may be selected for an interview in-person or by telephone by a Census Bureau field representative, which we call the nonresponse follow-up data collection operation. Respondents also have the option to call the Telephone Questionnaire Assistance line and complete the survey over the telephone. A small sample of respondents from the nonresponse follow-up data collection operation are recontacted for quality assurance purposes.

Some addresses are deemed unmailable because the address is incomplete or directs mail only to a post office box. The Census Bureau currently collects data for these housing units using both online and computer-assisted personal interviewing by a Census Bureau field representative. During the person-level phase, a field representative uses a computer-assisted personal interview automated instrument to collect detailed information for each sampled resident. A small sample of respondents from the nonresponse follow-up data collection operation are recontacted for quality assurance purposes.

For sample housing units in the Puerto Rico Community Survey (PRCS), a different mail strategy is employed. The Census Bureau continues to use the previously used mail strategy with no references to an internet response option. The Census Bureau sends up to five mailings to a Puerto Rico address selected to be in the sample. The first mailing includes a prenotice letter. The second and fourth mailings include the paper survey. The third and fifth mailings are postcards that serve as a reminder to respond to the survey. If the Puerto Rico address is deemed unmailable because the address is incomplete or directs mail only to a post office box, the address may be selected for an interview in-person or by telephone. A small sample of respondents from the nonresponse follow-up data collection operation are recontacted for quality assurance purposes.

The Census Bureau employs a separate strategy to collect data from group quarters. The Census Bureau collects data for sampled people in group quarters through personal interview and telephone interview. The Census Bureau will obtain the facility information by conducting a telephone or personal visit interview with a group quarter contact. During this interview, the Census Bureau obtains a roster of residents and randomly selects them for person-level interviews. The facility also has the option of uploading their facility roster to the Census Bureau online listing application. During the person-level phase, a field representative uses a computer-assisted personal interview automated instrument to collect detailed information for each sampled resident. The field representative also has the option to distribute a bilingual (English/Spanish) questionnaire to residents for self-response if they are unable to complete a computer-assisted personal interview. Beginning in 2024, respondents in some group quarters will have the option to self-respond to the survey online. A small sample of facilities are recontacted for quality assurance purposes.

III. Data

OMB Control Number:
0607-0810.

Form Number(s):
ACS-1, ACS-1(SP), ACS-1(PR), ACS-1(PR)SP, ACS-1(GQ), ACS-1(PR)(GQ), GQFQ, ACS CAPI (HU), ACS RI (HU), AGQ QI, and AGQ RI.

Type of Review:
Regular submission, request for a revision of a currently approved collection.

Affected Public:
Individuals or households.

Estimated Number of Respondents:
3,576,000 for household respondents; 20,100 for contacts in GQ; 170,900 people in GQ; 22,875 households for reinterview; and 1,422 GQ contacts for reinterview. The total estimated number of respondents is 3,791,297.

Estimated Time per Response:
40 minutes for the average household questionnaire; 15 minutes for a GQ facility questionnaire; 25 minutes for a GQ person questionnaire; 10 minutes for a household reinterview; 10 minutes for a GQ-level reinterview.

Estimated Total Annual Burden Hours:
2,384,000 for household respondents; 5,025 for contacts in GQ; 71,208 for GQ residents 3,813 households for reinterview; and 237 GQ contacts for reinterview. The estimate is an annual average of 2,464,283 burden hours.
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Table 1—Annual ACS and PRCS Respondent and Burden Hour Estimates

Data collection operation Forms or instrument used in data collection Annual
estimated
number
of respondents
Estimated
minutes per
respondent by data collection activity
Annual
estimated
burden hours
I. ACS Household Questionnaire, Online Survey, Telephone, and Personal Visit ACS-1, ACS 1(SP), ACS-1PR, ACS-1PR(SP), Online Survey, Telephone, CAPI 3,576,000 40 2,384,000
II. ACS GQ Facility Questionnaire CAPI—Telephone and Personal Visit CAPI GQFQ 20,100 15 5,025
III. ACS GQ CAPI Personal Interview or Telephone, and Paper Self-response CAPI, ACS-1(GQ), ACS-1(GQ)(PR) 170,900 25 71,208
IV. ACS Household Reinterview—CATI/CAPI ACS HU-RI 22,875 10 3,813
V. ACS GQ-level Reinterview—CATI/CAPI ACS GQ-RI 1,422 10 237
Totals 3,791,297 N/A 2,464,283

Estimated Total Annual Cost to Public:
$0. (This is not the cost of respondents’ time, but the indirect costs respondents may incur for such things as purchases of specialized software or hardware needed to report, or expenditures for accounting or records maintenance services required specifically by the collection. )

Respondent’s Obligation:
Mandatory.

Legal Authority:
Title 13 U.S.C. 141 and 193.

IV. Request for Comments

We are soliciting public comments to permit the Department/Bureau to: (a) Evaluate whether the proposed information collection is necessary for the proper functions of the Department, including whether the information will have practical utility; (b) Evaluate the accuracy of our estimate of the time and cost burden for this proposed collection, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used; (c) Evaluate ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and (d) Minimize the reporting burden on those who are to respond, including the use of automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology.

Comments that you submit in response to this notice are a matter of public record. We will include, or summarize, each comment in our request to OMB to approve this ICR. Before including your address, phone number, email address, or other personal identifying information in your comment, you should be aware that your entire comment—including your personal identifying information—may be made publicly available at any time. While you may ask us in your comment to withhold your personal identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so.

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How a young woman plans to save Puerto Rico from a post-pandemic food crisis

Experts expect that one of the outcomes of the coronavirus pandemic will be a sharp increase — immediately doubling — in the number of people in a food crisis. We are talking about 256 million people. The problem will be especially acute for countries living off imports. How is private business preparing for this? And can he offer real ways out?

Any crisis forces communities to face difficult dilemmas, but it also sheds light on the existing difficulties. Thanks to the new coronavirus, this is exactly what is happening in many global and local systems. Example: food supply chain. According to the World Food Programme, as a result of the Covid-19 epidemicthe number of people in food crisis will double to 265 million. The slowdown in economic development is exacerbating food shortages around the world, and countries like Puerto Rico, which are heavily dependent on imports, could find themselves in a difficult situation.

Overcome dependence on imports

According to Puerto Rico’s Department of Agriculture, the country imported 89% of its food in 2012. Francisco Tirado, co-founder and CTO of PRoduce, an online local food retailer that source products exclusively from local farmers and artisans, hopes to make a difference.

In light of the Covid-19 crisis, PRoduce’s priority is to replace 80-90% of imports with local products. Francisco says his two-year-old startup intends to achieve this goal through collaboration with local farmers. Prior to the pandemic, PRoduce had 300 subscribers. Over the past four to six weeks, the number of subscriptions through the application has grown to 1,400.

“We believe that the pandemic will reduce the radius within which people buy products,” says the entrepreneur. — We believe that anywhere in the world this radius will be 160 km. It so happened that Puerto Rico is about 160 km long. So this is a great opportunity to experiment.”

Local farmer and owner of KYV Farm del Caribe, Francisco Arroyo, who operates in the municipality of Adjuntas in Puerto Rico, has been selling PRoduce products regularly since 2018. His farm, located on forty hectares, grows 30-35 crops. On March 15, the island was quarantined, and since then, the farm’s order volume has tripled. In other words, he now sells as much in a week as he used to sell in a month.

“We can produce as much food as we want,” says Francisco Arroyo. “This is our choice.”

On the role of farmers, Francisco Tardo said: “If we can’t import food, Puerto Rico will collapse. So it’s time for us to rely on our farmers to build the right connections [to the markets] and try to get rid of our dependence on the existing supply chain.”

A new reality for Puerto Rico?

For Laura Tirado, sister of Francisco Tirado, co-founder and CEO of grocery delivery service UVA, a new reality hit as soon as Puerto Rico’s lockdown was announced. Prior to the news of the coronavirus outbreak in the US, UVA was doing 400 grocery deliveries a day from local restaurants. Now this number averages 1800 per day. Laura explains this by saying that most supermarkets fulfill customers’ orders within one to two weeks, while UVA can do it on the same day.

Another feature of UVA’s new reality is the exploration of other areas. “People started writing to us about their need for pharmaceutical products,” says Laura. “Therefore, we have entered into an agreement with Entregameds Pharmacy to supply over-the-counter drugs and life-saving products. This led to an increase in the number of orders, and the average check size increased.”

In response to growing demand, Laura and her team decided to launch a second product, an analogue of UVA, which supplies products to large companies. In partnership with one of the world’s largest mobile carriers, UVA is delivering the phones, tablets and other equipment people subscribe to during the pandemic.

In addition to the rise in popularity of gadgets, Laura has noticed an increase in the number of vendors who want to keep selling their product and stimulate the economy.

“There is no other way to do this than delivery,” says Laura. “In the next few weeks, you will see collaborations with hair care products, dairy products, cheese, whatever. They are looking for ways to meet demand.”

Crisis as an incentive for growth

To this end, Laura had to redouble her efforts, she said. Increasing the number of employees from six to 18, it created a second customer support team, hired a claims specialist, and diverted additional resources to sales as UVA quickly expanded into regions outside of San Juan. The company employs 30 drivers a day.

As long as the Covid-19 case curve flattens, rises sharply, or ripples, Puerto Rico’s food system can either decline while the continent’s food production falls on hard times, or change the rules of the game and, as Francisco hopes Tirado and many of the inhabitants of the island, become more self-sufficient and sustainable.

“I truly believe that this is an opportunity for humanity to take a different look at everything we’ve done in the past two hundred years,” says Francisco. “Despite quarantine, our behavior will change radically around the world. Everything will become more obvious – everything we did wrong.”

Indeed, everything that we did wrong is becoming more and more visible. That’s the problem. Both right and wrong methods are always available. In addition to supporting local farmers, restaurants and other businesses on the island, we have the opportunity to meet another need that has arisen as an indirect result of the Covid-19 epidemic. It lies in the fact that people provide food to those who have lost their jobs.

To meet this need, the Integro Foundation has partnered with Puerto Rico Food Bank and Banco de Alimentos de Puerto Rico, a member of the Feed America Network, to provide food directly to those who need it most, in particular children who now deprived of school lunches. Information on ways to support the initiative is available at www.feedpuertorico.org. All donations will be used to purchase fresh produce from farmers in Puerto Rico, which will be distributed to families in need.

According to the Puerto Rico Food Security Survey, published by the Puerto Rico Institute of Statistics, about 33% of the population over the age of 18 are at risk of food insecurity. During and after the Covid-19 epidemic, as we discuss how to change food supply systems that are not meeting the needs of the most needy groups in Puerto Rico and around the world, we have not only been given a chance to “take a different look at everything we have been doing for the last two hundred years,” according to Francisco. We can, and dare I say, we must work together to improve access to food for all. After all, there is enough food in the world to feed everyone.

“We are too dependent on systems that are too complex to work effectively,” says Francisco. — I think that we will shorten the path from us to the product. This must happen, and our behavior will change a lot.”

Translation by Natalia Balabantseva

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How is the G20 summit in Bali

From rockets to warm underwear: what Ukraine can get after the Ramstein-7 meeting

«Democrats redirected themselves billions.» A scandal flares up in the US over aid to Kyiv

Congressman Massey said that the US should stop aid to Ukraine and conduct an investigation

«23 terrorist attacks have been committed since the beginning of the year. » Patrushev spoke about saboteurs in Central Russia

Russian Security Council Secretary Patrushev announced the intensification of Ukrainian saboteurs in the Central Federal District

hydroelectric power station stopped, the administration left the city. What is happening in New Kakhovka

Acting head of the Kherson region Saldo announced that the evacuation from the 15-kilometer zone near the Dnieper continues

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Putin promised to leave “the truth, good or bad” to future generations

Putin was offered to give the title of «City of Military Glory» to Mariupol and Melitopol

Marina Yardaeva

Wanting is not harmful

About those who need three arshins of land

Yuliya Melamed

Journalist drank away the globe

About eco-park hotels and Russian monuments in Russia and Europe

Georgy Bovt

If you don’t catch up, you won’t bury

How we wanted to overtake America, but then changed our minds

Aleksey Mukhin

Peking Lame Duck

About a possible conflict between the USA and China

Maria Degtereva

Miracles there, goblin roams there

About bureaucracy and officialdom in Russia

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