15 May 1998 Similarities between Boris Yeltsin’s handling of the current governmental crisis and his tactics in the White House confrontation in October 1993 suggest how little has changed in Russian politics. As before, the manner of his latest political maneuvers represent the tactics of an authoritarian ruler more than a champion of democracy. In […]

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