What will the final verdict be on the fall of the Soviet Union, and which figures of its post-communist transformation will future historians treat most favorably? The jury is still out, but the books reviewed here lay some interesting foundations by Peter Rutland The Soviet empire does not yet have an Edward Gibbon to track […]

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