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By J.L. Black,Michael Johns

This ebook presents an outline of the country of Russia after the 2012 presidential election. It considers quite a lot of either family and foreign concerns, reading either the run as much as and the implications of the election. It covers political, financial, and social subject matters. It assesses the political scene either ahead of and after the election, and discusses the character of and certain way forward for democracy in Russia. The election’s impression at the Russian economic system is mentioned intimately, as are Russia’s relationships with the USA, the ecu Union, and different components of the area.

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