This is an examination of Russia's political institutions and
processes in the post-1991 period when it became formally
independent. The book explores the old political system in relation
to the Russian system that has since emerged. The text aims to
provide a clear overview of the change in the political
institutions from the old communist, Soviet regime, through the
transitional period in the early 1990s, to 1997, when Russia had a
fully post-communist institution. Included is a chapter on radical
economic reform which explains shock therapy and mass privatization
and relates the programme to the political battles between
President Yeltsin and his opposition. Also included is a chapter on
political culture and public opinion.
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