As Moscow tilts toward totalitarianism, Jews quietly weigh their options
Beneath a veneer of normalcy, Moscovites ponder how much time they have left before the country will change completely.
MOSCOW — Russia is at times irritatingly pleasant. Like when one arrives in a springtime Moscow, with its blue skies and blossoming boulevards, and one is gently struck by a glittering exterior, a booming metropolis which worships luxury and hums in doublespeak.
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