Only two of the 11 contenders in Russia’s presidential race stand a chance of winning: President Boris Yeltsin and Communist Party Chairman Gennadii Zyuganov. Both claim to offer the only salvation for a Russia tottering on the brink of economic and social disaster. For voters, they offer a choice between a return to the familiar […]

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