Russia's Stillborn Democracy? From Gorbachev to Yeltsin

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Index
Abramovich, Roman 198 , 203
'acceleration', see uskorenie
Afanas'ev, Yury 68 , 129
Afghanistan 46
Aganbegyan, Abel 100
Agrarian Party 172 , 182 , 235 , 239 , 242 , 244
and 1993 elections 168-9
and 1995 elections 188-9
agriculture 17 , 98 , 172
privatization 238-9
production plummets 237-8
Aksenenko, Nikolai 203
Alksnis, Viktor 102
Alma Ata riots 39
Andreeva letter 49
Andropov, Yury 24-6
anti-alcohol campaign 32
anti-communism 191 , 193 , 243
anti-Semitism 45
Armenia 48 , 57 , 59 , 73 , 80 , 81 , 105 , 106 , 109
army, see military
authoritarianism 3 , 5-6 , 126-7 , 250
Azerbaijan 48 , 57 , 80 , 81 , 109
Baltics 45 , 64 , 65 , 94 , 99 , 103-4 , 106 , 108 , 110
and CPSU 86
and popular fronts 58-9 , 71-2 , 114
republican elections 81
and sovereignty 71-2 , 74-5 , 77 , 80-3 , 109 , 116
banks 97 , 182 , 187 , 190 , 195-6 , 197 , 199-200 , 219 , 222
and August 1998 crisis 201-2
Central Bank 161 , 162 n. , 164 , 167 , 172 , 199 , 200 , 202 , 207
and 'loans for shares' 216 , 218
origins of 208-9 , 212
Barranikov, Viktor 158 n. , 163 , 164
Barsukov, Mikhail 172 , 178-9 , 186 , 189 , 192
Baturin, Yury 181
Belorussia 81 , 109 , 193
Belovezha Accords 110 , 129 , 190
Berezovsky, Boris 198 , 202 , 213 , 216 , 219
and presidential elections 190 , 222
and Security Council 196-7
'Black Tuesday' 183 , 217
blat (personal contacts) 213-14 , 223-5
Boiko, Oleg 187 , 223
Bonapartism 124 , 137 , 163-4 , 175 , 226 , 257-8
Borodin, Pavel 179
bourgeoisie 23 , 165 , 166 , 177 , 195-6 , 253 , 255
conflict within 217-18 , 222 , 224 , 257
and crime 212 , 214
and democracy 225 , 257 , 258
and parties 244 , 248-9
and presidential election 221-2
profile of 214-17
rentier 214 , 216
rise of 205-26
and social clubs 223-5
and state 182 , 189 , 194 , 215 , 218-26 , 257
Brezhnev, Leonid 15-20 , 22 , 24-6 , 43 ,
Bukharin, Nikolai 48
Burbulis, Gennady 127 , 128 , 129 , 130 , 143 , 145 , 150 , 151 n. , 155 , 178
Burlatsky, Fedor 184
business/businessmen, see bourgeoisie
Caucasus 80 , 101 , 106 , 203
censorship 34-5
Central Asia 80 , 81 , 116
Chechnya 128 , 142 , 173 , 174 , 175 , 178 , 182-3 , 191 , 193 , 195 , 250
Budennovsk crisis 186
invasion of 184
Chernenko, Konstantin 25 , 29
Chernobyl nuclear accident 34
Chernomyrdin, Viktor 147 , 155 , 178 n. , 199 , 220 , 223 , 246

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