Russia After Communism

By: Editor-Anders Aslund; Editor-Martha Brill Olcott

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Five years have passed since the collapse of the Soviet Union, and a new political and economic system has evolved in Russia. Russia After Communism provides an overall assessment of what has been accomplished and what has failed to date, and where Russia is heading. In a unique collaborative effort, the book features chapters on major issues written by pairs of leading Russian and American scholars. Michael McFaul and Nikolai Petrov analyze the Russian elections since 1989 and assess voting behavior. Scott Bruckner and Lilia Shevtsova address the question of whether Russia has become a stable pluralist society. Martha Brill Olcott and Valery Tishkov focus on the nature of the Russian nation as well as regional relations. Russia has become a market economy, but what kind of capitalism is being formed? Anders slund and Mikhail Dmitriev examine the continuing challenge of economic reform. Sherman Garnett and Dmitri Trenin analyze Russia's relations with its nearest neighbor. Stephen Sestanovich examines Russia's place in the world.

Title: Russia After Communism

Author Name: Editor-Anders Aslund; Editor-Martha Brill Olcott

Categories: Economic Conditions,

Publisher: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: 1999-06

ISBN Number: 0870031511

ISBN Number 13: 9780870031519

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Softcover

Seller ID: 021047

Description: *** Softcover in Very Good condition. Binding tight, pages clean. No previous owner names. Some light creasing to cover corner, small marker dot on first inside page. ***