Shute, Nancy
May 1994
New Republic;5/2/94, Vol. 210 Issue 18, p9
Presents an article about the social, political and economic changes in the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Effects of the financial crisis experienced by the local governments in the region on the residents; Increase in the prices of commodities; Impact of the social changes on the fishing industry; Problems associated with the provision of medical services.


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