RUSSIAN AGRARIAN reform has stalled, and the window of opportunity to reform the agrarian sector has begun to close. Several liberal officials and advisers in the government have been replaced by others who are more conservative in outlook and policy orientation. During its first four years, agrarian reform failed to achieve its goals, and by […]
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