The power structures are stacked in favor of reform, but only while Yeltsin stays in the game by Galina Starovoitova The creation of a multi-party system in the post-Soviet states has been based on two key forces: nationalism and market economics. The former has implied building state and political institutions along national/ethnic lines, while the […]

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