Developments in Russian Politics 5

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Stephen White, Alex Pravda, Zvi Y. Gitelman
Duke University Press, 2001 - 332 ˹
Russia has a new parliament and a new president, and the shape of its future political life remains uncertain. Taking the elections of 1999 and 2000 as their starting point, the contributors to Developments in Russian Politics 5 describe the institutional framework of the post -- Yeltsin system and examine the policy choices that confront the Putin administration. This completely revised edition includes new discussions of such topics as media and political communication, crime and corruption, and Russia's continuing search for a 'national idea.' Other sections cover elections and electoral procedures, parties and organized interests, as well as economic, social, and foreign policy.

Written by leading scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, Developments in Russian Politics 5 will replace earlier editions as the leading text for students of Russia and for a wider group of readers seeking a reliable and up-to-date introduction to the politics of the world's largest country.

 

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Constructing Postcommunism
10
From Yeltsin to Putin
21
Parliamentary Politics in Russia
42
Elections and Voters
62
Parties and Organised Interests
84
Russia and the Rule of Law
108
From Federalisation to Recentralisation
128
Politics in the Regions
147
Health and Health Care Policy
190
Foreign Policy
215
Crime and Corruption
239
Politics and the Media
254
Values and the Construction of a National Identity
269
Russian Democratisation in Comparative Perspective
289
Guide to Further Reading
303
Index
327

Economic Policy under Yeltsin and Putin
171

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Stephen White is the James Bryce Professor of Politics, a Senior Research Associate of the School of Central and East European Studies at Glasgow University, and a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Applied Politics in Moscow. White graduated from Trinity College Dublin with degrees in history and political science, and then completed a PhD in Soviet studies at Glasgow - including an exchange year at Moscow State University - and a DPhil in politics at Wolfson College Oxford. He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2010. Stephen White is the author of numerous articles and books on Soviet and Russian politics.

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