In June, for the first time in history, Russian voters will have the opportunity to change their ruler by democratic means. For all the remarkable achievements to his credit, President Boris Yeltsin has had a corresponding number of abysmal failures. Even so, Russian voters may yet judge him more reliable than his opponents by SCOTT […]

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