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The Clinton Administration has leaned heavily on President Boris Yeltsin as Russia's best hope for a smooth transition from Communism to capitalist democracy.- Now Yeltsin's appointed his fifth prime minister in just 17 months as the country lurches toward parliamentary elections this coming December and a Presidential contest next June.- Just how unstable is the former super-power, a nation still bristling with weapons of mass destruction?- What American interests may be at risk and what should our policies be?



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton