The old soldier who won't fade away

Pope, Victoria
April 1993
U.S. News & World Report;4/26/93, Vol. 114 Issue 16, p41
Reports that as the power struggle between Russia's scrappy vice president Alexander Rutskoi and President Boris Yeltsin escalated, Rutskoi was stripped of his Mercedes limosine, personal physician and most of his bodyguards. Rutskoi's counterattack against Yeltsin; Comments from Rutskoi; How Rutskoi's differences are with Yeltsin's advisers; Rutskoi's opinions on Yeltsin government's actions; Rutskoi as a centrist; How Rutskoi and Yeltsin are sinking in popularity; More.


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