5 December 2003From Novaya GazetaMOSCOW, Russia–Dumas tend to be different; and if for one minute you believe the parliamentary minutes, you could think that there is not one, but several nations represented in Russia’s parliament. In the first half of the 1990s, we had a Liberal Democratic Duma, with a fascist savior. Perched on his […]

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