2687>by compiled by SHARON FISHER PART IV: THE TRANSCAUCASUS AND CENTRAL ASIA Throughout the Transcaucasus and Central Asia, the situation of most former top-ranking communists has changed very little. Most remain in positions of significant political or economic power, as this, the last in a four-part series of articles, reveals.GEORGIAby ELIZABETH FULLEREDUARD SHEVARDNADZE THEN: SOVIET […]

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