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Adopting and Adapting

The recent case of a Tennessee woman who sent her 7-year-old adopted Russian child back to Moscow is becoming a test for the international adoption vetting process, writes Daniel Wood.

The recent case of a Tennessee woman who sent her 7-year-old adopted Russian child back to Moscow is becoming a test for the international adoption vetting process, writes Daniel Wood. It indicates that prospective parents need to be properly scrutinized and must have a better understanding of the system of adoption–but also has the possibility of cooling international adoptions to the U.S.


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