In the last State Duma elections, Russia’s fledgling and sputtering democracy proved that it can hold reasonably free and fair elections – marred, though, by some corrupt practices, as John B. Dunlop found when he served as an election observer in the Russian province of Arkhangelsk23 February 1996 WHILE RUSSIAN VOTERS AND ELECtoral commissions are […]

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