- Author:Vinod Mehta
- Publisher:Sanskriti (January 1, 1999)
- Pages:110 pages
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Article May 2004 · International Studies.
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Russia in transition.
Russia in transition. Published 1999 by Saṁskṛiti in New Delhi.
Vinod Mehta is an Indian journalist and author. Vinod Mehta was born in Pakistan, but his parents moved to India when he was three years old. After graduation, he tried his hand at various jobs. He has since then worked with various publications.
If you want to understand Putin’s Russia, read this book. With great journalistic skill, Garrels helps us understand the complex emotions of people still in transition, trying to define what it means to be Russian. Anne Garrels burrows deep into the heartland and enlists a diverse cast of authentic Russians to show why Putin happened, how he remains popular, and what might threaten his hold on power. Jill Dougherty, former CNN foreign affairs correspondent. Putin Country is brilliant storytelling.
The Soviet Union originally began making this transition to being Glasnost or being an open country under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev during the late 80's, but once the Soviets disbanded the newly found country, Russia, went in the completely wrong direction and sold the assets of the country for dirt cheap prices that ended up in the hands of only a. few -the oligarchs.
Not Now. Vinod Mehra And Associates. Company in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
It was published in hardcover in 2003 by Crown Business (. ISBN 0-609-61070-8) and released in softcover by Princeton University Press in 2004 (. ISBN 0-691-12128-1).