Aleksandr Lebed – one of the few new faces campaigning for the Duma – offers an alternative to the current leaders by espousing a return to strong state control and an enhanced domestic military presence. Yet critics have called him a ‘cheap populist,’ and his standing in opinion polls has dropped since he announced his […]

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