Reading through the torrent of commentary on the Yukos affair, one can distinguish four broad schools of thought on whether this truly represents a “new epoch” in Russian politics. TOYKO, Japan–The slamming of a prison cell door certainly attracts attention. One is naturally drawn to the personal tragedy that has befallen Mikhail Khodorkovsky: his world […]
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