January 1994
New Republic;1/10/94-1/17/94, Vol. 210 Issue 2/3, p9
Cautions the administration of U.S. President Bill Clinton to be careful on how to deal with the administration of Russian President Boris Yeltsin following the election of neo-fascist Vladimir Zhirinovsky to the country's parliament. Concern of the of U.S. over the growing influence of Zhirinovsky; Danger of fascist influence on the people of Russia; Information on the performance of Russia's economy; Economic assistance needed by Russia; Suggestion on how should the Clinton administration deal with Russia.


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