15 January 1999 Moscow–The Communist faction in the State Duma has categorically refused to officially condemn the anti-Semitic statements its member General Albert Makashov made in November. For many observers in Russia and especially in the West, that came as an unpleasant surprise. Over the past few years, a lot of effort has been put […]

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