by Peter Rutland THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ON 16 JUNE will be a litmus test of democratization in Russia. If Yeltsin is voted out of office, it will be the first time in Russia’s 1,000-year history that its ruler has peacefully left the Kremlin as a result of democratic elections. Nikita Khrushchev was the first Russian […]

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