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RUSSIA'S ROAD TO CORRUPTION

How the Clinton Administration Exported Government Instead of Free Enterprise and Failed the Russian People

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover

Introduction

Executive Summary

CHAPTER 1 1991: The Fall of the Soviet Union and the Rise of Russia

CHAPTER 2 Conditions in Russia at the Outset of the Yeltsin and Clinton Administrations

CHAPTER 3 The Task Ahead: Creation of a Free-Enterprise System after a Century of State Control

CHAPTER 4 The Fundamental Flaws of the Clinton Administration's Russia Policy

CHAPTER 5 The Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission

CHAPTER 6 'Bull****': Gore and Other Administration Policy Makers Systematically
Ignore Evidence of Corruption of Their 'Partners'

CHAPTER 7 The Rise of Organized Crime

CHAPTER 8 1998: Years of Bad Advice Culminate in Russia's Total Economic Collapse

CHAPTER 9 Weapons Proliferation Feeds a Corrupt and Cash-Starved System

CHAPTER 10 From Friendship to Cold Peace: The Decline of U.S.-Russia Relations During the 1990s

CHAPTER 11 'The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend': Russia Emerges as a
Strategic Partner of the People's Republic of China

CHAPTER 12 Despite Years of Policy Failure, A Bright Russian Future Is Still Possible

Recommendations

Index / Notes