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The fall of the USSR left the questions of how Russia was to be ruled, and by what institutions, unanswered. To a large extent they remain unanswered today. Institution- building in Russia has been chaotic as competing politicians and elites have subverted institutions and failed to agree to the rules of the game of politics. A complex array of institutions with different organizational cultures, overlapping functions, but poorly defined responsibilities has been thrown up in the upheaval of Russian politics. This book describes the development and impact on politics of the presidency, the State Duma, the judiciary, regional government and the 'power ministries', and analyses the role of institutions in economic and foreign policy-making. Other chapters examine public attitudes to institutions and the crisis of state-society relations.
|List of Tables||p. ix|
|List of Figures||p. x|
|Notes on the Contributors||p. xi|
|Introduction: Institutions and Political Change in Russia||p. 1|
|The Presidency: the Politics of Institutional Chaos||p. 11|
|The Consolidation of Russian Parliamentarism: the State Duma, 1993-8||p. 41|
|Politics, the Rule of Law and the Judiciary||p. 69|
|Subnational Institutions in Contemporary Russia||p. 85|
|Institutions, Economic Interests and the Stalling of Economic Reform||p. 106|
|The Power Ministries||p. 130|
|Foreign Policy-making and Institutions||p. 151|
|Public Opinion and Political Institutions||p. 173|
|State and Society in Post-Communist Russia||p. 193|
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Number Of Pages: 235
Published: 28th January 2000
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.46
Edition Number: 1