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protests aplentyU.S. Policy on Russia during the Yeltsin Era

Excerpts from FRONTLINE's interviews

Thomas Graham, Jonas Bernstein, Janine Wedel, Lilila Shevtsova, Donald Jensen, Wayne Merry and Yevgenia Albats

Pursuing U.S. Interests with Russia and President-Elect Putin

This April 2000 statement by Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State, outlines what the U.S. does and doesn't know about Vladimir Putin, and what aspects of his statements to date appear to correspond with U.S. interests and policy.

Russia: Its Current Troubles and its On-Going Transformation

Chechnya and growing revelations of corrruption in Russia were the focal points of this October 1999 overview of America's Russia policy by Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State.

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