26 May 1995 Russia’s new AIDS-prevention law is less controversial than an earlier, much-criticized draft, but it still met with a cool reception both at home and abroad. Many observers say the government should pay less attention to tracking HIV-positive foreigners and instead focus on AIDS education within Russia1 Rossiiskaya gazeta, 12 April 1995. 2 […]

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