By Michael McFaul
In June 1996, for the 1st time in thousand years, Russian electorate got the opportunity to pick their head of kingdom in a democratic election. Michael McFaul analyzes 3 significant elements that mix to provide an explanation for why Boris Yeltsin's victory, must have been anticipated, discusses the explanations at the back of Yeltsin's victory, and examines its effect on electoral politics in post-Soviet Russia.
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By the time this program ended, the Cold War produced a new flood of refugees streaming out of Communist countries, adding to the considerable number of displaced persons still homeless. Citing both humanitarian concern and "international political considerations," the president supported and Congress passed a new Refugee Relief Act in 1953, authorizing the entry of 214,000 refugees over the next four years, this time above and beyond individual country quota limitations. This was the first in a series of emergency refugee enactments that would establish an ad hoc political approach on this issue over the next two decades.
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