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Twenty Years Later, New Russia is Old


Unlike the early 1990s, when the Russian population heralded democracy and progressive thinking while applauding collapse of communism, the “new” Russia dwells instead on nostalgia and tends to dislike the reformers it once applauded.

Unlike the early 1990s, when the Russian population heralded democracy and progressive thinking while applauding collapse of communism, the “new” Russia dwells instead on nostalgia and tends to dislike the reformers it once applauded.

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