The Russian agricultural lobby in Moscow was never as strong as it seemed. The upcoming Duma elections could relegate it to the regions. BREMEN, Germany–Russia’s agricultural lobby has been a powerful force in Russian politics for over a decade, and one of the strongest opponents of market reform in the 1990s. It has, with success, […]
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