Published February 22, 2001
by United States Institute of Peace Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||745|
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Soviet Union began to unravel. New President Boris Yeltsin promised to lead the country away from its gloomy communist past towards a brighter capitalist future. Instead he ushered in an age of widespread poverty and corruption which allowed an ultra-rich class of oligarchs to seize power and shape Russia as we know it today. Reddaway and Glinksi deliver a savage frontal assault on former Russian president Boris Yeltsin, the young reformers on whom he leaned, and the Western politicians, advisers, and agencies complicit in the misery they are said to have wrought. "Market Bolshevism" refers to Western-style capitalism imposed from above without regard for Russian values, vulnerabilities, and Author: Robert Legvold. Get this from a library! The tragedy of Russia's reforms: market bolshevism against democracy. [Peter Reddaway; Dmitri Glinski] -- Examines the collapse of the Soviet Union in and the birth of the Russian state, focusing on Yeltsin's disastrous policies, which brought on an economic collapse almost twice as severe as. The Tragedy of Russia's Reforms by Peter Reddaway, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9).
The Tragedy of Russia s Reforms presents a boldly original analysis of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the birth of the Russian state. The keys to understanding these events, the authors argue, are the prescriptions of Western transitologists, the International Monetary Fund, and advocates of economic shock therapy.5/5(2). History Book Review: Democracy and the Market: Political and Economic Reforms in Eastern Europe and Latin America (Studies in Rationality and Social Change) by Adam Przeworski History-Book-Reviews It is history on an epic yet human scale. Vast in scope, exhaustive in original research, written with passion, narrative skill, and human sympathy, A People's Tragedy is a profound account of the Russian Revolution for a new generation. Many consider the Russian Revolution to be the most significant event of the twentieth century/5(). Washington D.C., Ap - As the coronavirus puts at risk Russia’s celebration of Victory Day on May 9, , with its huge military parade on Moscow’s Red Square, we are reminded of another event that threatened to undermine the festive atmosphere 25 years ago: the massacre by Russian troops of scores of Chechen civilians and the burning .
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