Russia's Revolution, 1989-2006
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Description: Aron's collection of essays begins with Mikhail Gorbachev's policy of perestroika and continues through Vladimir Putin's increasingly authoritarian rule. He examines the enormity of the changes in the fabric of the life of millions of Russians, and looks at the emergence of a new middle class and at the popularity of a series of mystery novels that embodies middle class values. He also examines legal and political reforms and corruption. With rich color and detail, Aron puts his finger on the pulse of the new Russia.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
Publication date: 4/2/2007
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Leon Aronis Director of Russian Studies at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. He is the author ofYeltsin: A Revolutionary LifeandRussia's Revolution: Essays, 1989–2006.
|What glasnost has destroyed|
|Moscow diary : January 12-17, 1991|
|Two requiems for perestroika|
|A new Russia : the laying of the foundation|
|The strange case of Russian capitalism|
|Russia's new foreign policy|
|Land privatization : the end of the beginning|
|From state-owned justice to a law-based state|
|Reinventing values and virtues|
|In search of a Russian middle class|
|An anchor in the mud : three novels as a guide to practicing freedom and constructing a new self|
|A private hero for a privatized nation : Boris Akunin's mysteries|
|Restauration : the art of eating returns to Russia|
|Making sense of the 1990s|
|Is Russia really "lost"?|
|In search of a historic Yeltsin|
|The Putin restoration|
|The YUKOS affair|
|Institutions, restoration, and revolution|
|Chechnya : new dimensions of an old crisis|
|The battle over the draft|
|Russia's oil : natural abundance and political shortages|
|The United States and Russia : ideologies, policies, and relations|