The New Eurasia: A Guide to the Republics of the Former Soviet Union

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nation. Yeltsin has been both presidentand prime ministerof Russia, though he gave up the latter office in December 1992. Reflecting on the year ahead in his 1993 New Year's address, Yeltsin noted: "Russia is at last returning to the path of common sense and real values. . . . It is not Russia's fault that she was swept from this path and turned into a testing ground for communism. Today we are rid of this delusion."9


NOTES
1.
Steven Erlanger, Kremlin's Technocrat: Viktor Stepanovich Chernomyrdin, New York Times, December 15, 1992, A16.
2.
Yakovlev: Gorbachev 'Tragic Figure,' Moscow TASS, 2058 GMT, December 25, 1991, in FBIS-SOV-91-248, December 26, 1991, 25.
3.
Itogi program, Moscow Ostankino Television Network, 1900 GMT, December 27, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-249, December 28, 1992, 4.
4.
Daniel Sneider, Turning Russia's Army into a Lean Machine, Christian Science Monitor, June 9, 1992, 7.
5.
"Col Gen Gromov, Boris Vsevolodovich", Krasnaya zvezda, June 30, 1992, 1, in JPRS-UMA-92-025, July 8, 1992, 1.
6.
Defense Leaders of Key Republics, Air Force Magazine, March 1992, 48.
7.
Y. Dotsukand I. Sichka, When He Plays the Domba, All Around Him Sing. Nineteen Unknown Facts from N. Nazarbayev's Life, Moscow Komsomolskaya pravda, February 22, 1992, 2, in FBIS-SOV-92-040, February 28, 1992,55.
8.
Biography of Yevgeniy Primakov, Moscow TASS, 1950 GMT, December 26, 1991, in FBIS-SOV-91-249, December 27, 1991, 33-34.
9.
New Year's Address to the Nation by Russian Federation President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, Moscow Russian Television Network, 1730 GMT, December 30, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-252, December 31, 1992, 18.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Key Terms xix
  • Notes xx
  • 1 - The Former Soviet Union 1
  • Notes 30
  • 2 - The Russian Federation 35
  • Notes 55
  • 3 - The Baltic States 63
  • Notes 79
  • 4 - Western Region 83
  • Notes 109
  • 5 - The Caucasus 115
  • Notes 136
  • 6 - Central Asia 139
  • Notes 173
  • 7 - The Debris of the Former Soviet Union 179
  • Notes 190
  • 8 - Selected Biographies 195
  • Notes 199
  • For Further Reading 201
  • Index 205
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