by Peter Rutland DURING THE SOVIET ERA, A HUGE BANNER adorning the power station across the river from the Kremlin displayed a quotation from Lenin: “Communism equals Soviet power plus electrification.” The Soviet state made development of the national economy its key priority, and the creation of a large energy sector was central to that […]

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