Latvia's leadership has awakened and smelled the proverbial coffee. The National Security Council last week recommended that Boris Berezovsky, who has visited the country twice this year, be included on the list of personae non grata. In the strictest sense, he poses virtually no threat to the country's national security, despite widespread speculation to the contrary. He could, of course, peddle influence among unscrupulous politicians, but the ostracized oligarch can buy neither the Latvian people, who elect the government, nor any major industrial assets, since almost everything was priv...
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