Can the Democrats Survive in Russia ?: Lessons of 1999

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: Isabella Ginor1
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  • 1 (Jerusalem, Israel, Isabella Ginor is a commentator for the Israeli newspaper Na'aretz
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ISABELLA GINOR (Jerusalem, Israel) CAN THE DEMOCRATS SURVIVE IN R USSIA ?: LESSONS OF 1999* Editor's Note The author of this article chose to leave it basically in its initial form as deliv- ered in January 1999, and to add a postscript. She contends that although Vladi- mir Putin replaced Evgenii Primakov as prime minister and became the favored presidential contender, the basic picture regarding the viability of democratic forces remain unchanged. The author's sources include phone conversations with Russian political figures, internet sites, and a regular survey of the Russian media. ******************* The year 1999, with its scheduled parliamentary

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