Stalin’s Siberian Enclave Revives as Putin Seeks Mines for ChinaIlya Khrennikov and Yuliya Fedorinova
When Alexander Gan fled the demise of Soviet-era industry in Siberia’s Jewish Autonomous District in 2000, it was a swampy backwater seven time zones east of Moscow. A decade later, its border with resource-hungry China is bringing work with iron-ore, copper and coal producers.
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