With its many pro-government governors, the Federation Council, the upper house of the Russian parliament, may emerge as a counterweight to the Communist-dominated State Duma by ANNA PARETSKAYA GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS IN RUSSIA, both those that took place in 12 regions last December and those that will be held later this year, have more than regional […]

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