13 November 2000 MOSCOW–Until 7 November, Russia was in no real hurry to demonstrate any preference for the outcome of U.S. presidential elections. A short time ago, the Kremlin administration–via its parliamentary Unity party–tried to establish its relations with Republican candidate George W. Bush, presumably because Bush was seen as less intent on pursuing the […]

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