The toll of Russian vodka on American families
– An adoptive mother of two Russian boys, one with FASD, describes the adoption
process, which was filled with lies and forged papers on the part of the
Russian adoption agency.  Vodka is a large part of the Eastern European
culture, resulting in a high incidence rate of FASD, especially among
orphans.  This article describes the controversial relationship adoption
creates between Russia and the United States, which is further complicated by
the failure to disclose that the children were prenatally exposed to alcohol.

Article, Latitude News,
September 27, 2012