Rolling out Russian tech reforms | CNET News.comHere is an article from CNET about technology policy in Russia. It is interesting to me because I just posted similar articles on the same subject in India and China.
A difference in the article about Russia is that it does not mention the impact on employment or social programs. It almost seems that maintaining their power and prestige is more important.
"This is one of the most challenging reforms in the immediate future. We are losing our position. We need to make sure there is no longer a decline in the quality of education," Fursenko said. "Engineering training is sometimes better in Russia, but business training is better [in the US]."
Rolling out Russian tech reforms | CNET News.com