Despite a lack of charisma, Gennadii Zyuganov has built a surprisingly strong coalition over the last six months to back his bid as the Communist Party candidate for the Russian presidency. To keep his momentum in the battle against incumbent Boris Yeltsin, Zyuganov must now find a way to appeal to more moderate voters without […]

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