Can Russia Form a Stable Democracy?
The breakup of the USSR on December 25th, 1991 changed the world forever. It ended the Cold War, a isolation of two types of governments for decades. It also ended the Communist legacy- Communism had fallen and democracy was set to take its place. Concern arose, however, in the fact that Russia has never in written history experienced a democratic rule. The general opinion around the world of Russian democracy under Boris Yeltsin is that it did not live up to par, in the economic, social, and political realms. The question is whether or not today's Russia, led by President Vladimir Putin a…
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