Time for battling Boris

Fedarko, Kevin; Fischer, Dean
February 1996
Time;2/26/1996, Vol. 147 Issue 9, p49
Discusses the difficulties facing Boris Yeltsin as he seeks re-election as the Russian president in 1996. His unpopularity across the country; The election to determine the future of economic and political reform in Russia; The two-step election process; The importance of the Chechnya war to Yeltsin's candidacy.


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