The weekly review of photography in the U.S. media starts in Russia, where disputed results from parliamentary elections led to mass demonstrations, and, perhaps, a serious challenge to Prime Minister and Vladimir Putin’s hold on power. Elsewhere, German Chancellor Angela Merkel became the sober new face of European economic policy, while in the United States the presidential primary season is set to begin.
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