Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (August 27, 2001)
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What went fallacious in Russia? a gaggle of prime younger students solution this query via a theoretically expert, in-depth research of the Yeltsin period. They problem factors that tension the limitations of heritage and focus as an alternative at the value of elite judgements and political associations. The authors agree that elite inattention to establishment construction has been a critical challenge of Russia's postcommunist transition. The weak point of the nation and its associations has contributed to a couple of severe difficulties threatening democratic consolidation.