25 August 1995 RUSSIA IS ONCE AGAIN GEARING UP FOR PARliamentary elections. Throughout the country, politicians are maneuvering to position themselves for victory in December. The situation is complicated by the fact that, six years after the first partially free elections (to the USSR’s Congress of People’s Deputies in 1989), Russia still lacks a fully […]

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