4986>by Laura Belin Russian President Boris Yeltsin faced unprecedented pressure to step down in late 1998 in the wake of the devastating August 1998 financial crisis. But despite poor physical health and great political challenges, including corruption investigations reaching into his inner circle, Yeltsin experienced a startling reversal of fortune in 1999. On the last […]

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