Was the assassination of a leading St. Petersburg privatization official a settling of personal scores? Or was it an attempt to muffle President Boris Yeltsin’s calls to rid Russia’s reform process of endemic corruption and cronyism and finally institute the rule of law? by Brian Whitmore ST. PETERSBURG-Mikhail Manevich, St. Petersburg’s young, charismatic vice governor […]

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