15 July 1997 RUSSIAN COMMENTATORS OFTEN COM-pare the current period to the early 1920s, when the young Soviet state – its economic and military power shattered by World War I and the subsequent civil war – relied on diplomacy to give the country breathing space. The January 1996 replacement of the liberal Andrei Kozyrev as […]

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