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In the words of Sergei Kovalyev - a human rights activist and politician who once served as a human rights adviser to former President Boris Yeltsin - punitive psychiatry is part of a long-standing effort by authorities to enforce political conformity ...
He was the only Western photographer in Russia's White House during an attempted coup against the president, Boris Yeltsin. Trapped inside, amid shelling and gunfire, Mr. Greene continued to photograph throughout the building, capturing two images that ...
At the time of his assassination, Boris Nemtsov, a former First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in 1998 under President Boris Yeltsin, was the co-chair of the PARNAS party ("People's Freedom Party for Russia without Lawlessness and corruption") and a ...
The United States has consistently created mischief in countries bordering the Russian Federation and within Russia itself in order to put pressure on a state which unlike the one headed by Boris Yeltsin has not been inclined to bow to the foreign ...
Conradi analyses the various facets of the slow decline in mutual friendship between Russia and the West since the late President Boris Yeltsin: the expansion of NATO among former communist countries; the problem of Ukraine, "almost equally divided ...
In the 1990s it resorted to nuclear sabre rattling in the face of Western criticism of its war in Chechnya. Boris Yeltsin, on his last foreign trip as Russian president in 1999, reminded Bill Clinton that Russia as a nuclear power "won't let the US ...
Some attempts were made in the early 1990s to build a closer relationship with Russia, particularly when it was under Boris Yeltsin. In 1997, Russia joined the G7. Earlier, in 1994, it had joined the NATO's Partnership for peace programme. Russia ...
Russia's tumultuous Boris Yeltsin era had come to an abrupt, shocking end on New Year's Day, when the Russian president who had brought down the Soviet Union and turned his country into a chaotic, fledgling democracy announced his resignation.
Abramovich was reportedly the first person to recommend Putin in the late 1990s as a successor to then-president Boris Yeltsin. He interviewed candidates for the Kremlin's first cabinet and served for more than seven years as governor of the remote ...
A team of US political consultants operating clandestinely in Moscow was paid $250,000 plus expenses to help a very unpopular Boris Yeltsin get re-elected as Russia's president in 1996. After Yeltsin's victory a Time Magazine cover story credited the ...
The ceremony was attended by the Russian president Boris Yeltsin. The British royal family was represented at the funeral by Prince Michael of Kent.
Then U.S. President Bill Clinton thought that admitting Russia to the exclusive club would lend international prestige and encourage its first post-Soviet leader, Boris Yeltsin, to consolidate democratic gains and hew more closely to the West. Clinton ...
Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama have left a legacy that makes it hard for Trump to manoeuvre. They have trampled not so much on Putin but on Russia's core interests.
1999 - Russian president Boris Yeltsin dismissed Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov and named Interior Minister Sergei Stepashin as his successor.
There is a reason why every U.S. president has worked with unsavory regimes (think Carter and the Shah of Iran, Reagan and Central America's right-wing dictatorships, Clinton and Russia's Boris Yeltsin, and George Bush and Saudi Arabia): because ...
Did a U.S. team not help Boris Yeltsin win a key election in Russia? And what about the United States' active support for the Maidan uprising in Ukraine?
He was at some point even thought of as President Boris Yeltsin's successor in the late 1990s, before Vladimir Putin's promotion.
The Russian military also stalled for two days before heeding then-President Boris Yeltsin's orders to storm the parliament building; in the wake of the uprising, Yeltsin renewed his demands for a security force under his direct control.
After the fall of the Soviet Union, Putin returned to St. Petersburg and was soon working for Russian president Boris Yeltsin. By the end of the 1990s, both Russia and Yeltsin were in bad shape, and in 1999, Putin became acting president. He has ...
I am intrigued to see that there is a museum to Boris Yeltsin in Ekaterinburg. Last saw him in the Waterstones,signing his autobiography, next door to University College London in 1990.
We wouldn't suggest embracing a lot of lessons from the late Russian president Boris Yeltsin, but he said something worth hearing about today's subject: "We don't appreciate what we have until it's gone.
In 1993, Boris Yeltsin cancelled the program entirely, leaving some vessels to rot in a hangar while others were put on display in such places as the Sydney Summer Olympics and Moscow's Gorky Park.
Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama have left a legacy that makes it hard for Trump to manoeuvre. They have trampled not so much on Putin but on Russia's core interests.
Kamloops-South Thompson Communist candidate Beat Klossner (middle) with wife Irene at the Klossners' Nicola Street apartment on election night (May 9).
Outspoken film director Nikita Mikhalkov was not impressed when the Yekaterinburg-based Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center claimed this year's Kenneth Hudson Award, awarded by the European Museum Forum.
But this artificial intelligence, not being stupid, concludes that giving the human race a new planet is like giving Boris Yeltsin a new liver - what is the point, since we will just destroy the new one like we did the old one. So the artificial ...
The delegation will present updates on medical issues affecting children and meet with aides to President Boris Yeltsin. This is the third exchange between US and Russian health experts since the nonprofit joint venture was established in 1990.
It is a story told by those who knew Boris Nemtsov at different times: when he was a young scientist and took his first steps in politics; when he held high government offices and was considered Boris Yeltsin's heir apparent; when he led Russia's ...
Article 28 of the Russian Federation Constitution declares: "Everyone shall be guaranteed the freedom of conscience, the freedom of religion, including the right to profess individually or together with other any religion or to profess no religion at ...
Thousands of people took to the streets of Moscow to demonstrate against Soviet hardliners, with Russian Federation president Boris Yeltsin climbing onto a tank and appealing to the army not to turn on the protesters.
... followed at a close second by Lenin. The least popular were Boris Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who continue to be held responsible for the general political and social disarray that followed after 1991.
The aborted coup, while increasing uncertainty and tensions for a time, was followed by the rise of Boris Yeltsin, who became his nation's first post-communist leader in 1992.
Still, our low key approach appeared to work with Russian leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin and even Dmitry Medvedev.
He became president on New Year's Eve in 1999 when Boris Yeltsin resigned. He stepped away from the Kremlin to become prime minister in 2008-2012 because of term limits, but remained in effect Russia's leader.
He has dominated Russian politics since becoming president on New Year's Eve 1999 when Boris Yeltsin resigned. Even when he stepped away from the Kremlin to become prime minister in 2008-2012 because of term limits, he remained effectively ...
The 12-Emmy-winning "60 Minutes" correspondent has interviewed Margaret Thatcher, Yasser Arafat, Boris Yeltsin and multiple U.S.
Moscow, April 26, Interfax - Former Russian prime minister Sergey Stepashin told how in 1998 acting Russian president Boris Yeltsin gave him an order to demolish Lenin's mausoleum. "Boris Nikolayevich charged me with demolishing the mausoleum.
Russia's first president, Boris Yeltsin, made a decision to "demolish Lenin's Mausoleum" in Red Square, former prime minister Sergey Stepashin has revealed.
... two rival rebel groups under Ahmed Shah Masood and Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, following the collapse of the Communist government. 1993: Russian president Boris Yeltsin wins vote of confidence in referendum but fails to force new parliamentary elections.
"And we assumed a drunk, corrupt Boris Yeltsin would deliver this," the political science professor said. "Liberal institutions did not take root.
Ten years ago: Boris Yeltsin, Russia's first freely elected president, died in Moscow at age 76. Congressional Democratic leaders agreed on legislation requiring the first U.S.
On Trump's 100th day in office, has he already made a mark in American history or is the greatness of America is still due next season?
The 12-Emmy-winning "60 Minutes" correspondent has interviewed Margaret Thatcher, Yasser Arafat, Boris Yeltsin and multiple U.S.
Ramzan Kadyrov and his father, Akhmad, fought alongside each other for Chechen separatism in the '90s, against the Russian regime led by Boris Yeltsin. During the second Chechen war - with Russia by this time under Putin's rule - both Kadyrovs had ...
Ten years ago: Boris Yeltsin, Russia's first freely elected president, died in Moscow at age 76. Congressional Democratic leaders agreed on legislation requiring the first U.S.
refugees crossing the Rio Grande River and the Mediterranean Sea are headed NORTH!
Shakespeare dies, the first public school in the U.S. opens, Wrigley Field opens, The Rolling Stones release "Sticky Fingers," Coca-Cola releases New Coke, ...
2007: Boris Yeltsin, the first president of the Russian Federation, serving from 1991 to 1999, dies of congestive heart failure at the age of 76 in Moscow, Russia.


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