15 March 1999 Warsaw–As Russia and Poland both mark the tenth anniversary of launching democratic and market reforms, the interim results could not be more different. While Poland has been ascending from the status of a depressing Soviet satellite toward that of a normal European country with a vibrant market economy, Russia has wasted its […]

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