His popularity at an all-time low, the Russian president is scrambling to recast himself in the eyes of the voters by ROBERT W. ORTTUNG THE FIRST, EARLY STIRRINGS OF THE 1996 presidential campaign are beginning in Russia. But following the wildly unpopular military campaign in Chechnya, President Boris Yeltsin’s rating in public opinion polls has […]

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