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In post-Soviet times it was actually worse for the prisoners as rising crime and greatly diminished state resources meant that prisons were overcrowded and food and medicines rationed or miniscule.

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Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin

Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin. It examines the role of the KGB, the GRU and the other security organizations in effecting and controlling these transitions and explains the important roles played by Russian organized crime in this business as well as f "Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin.

Free For All tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin

Free For All tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin. It examines the role of the KGB, the GRU and the other security organizations in effecting and controlling these transitions and explains the important roles played by Russian organized crime in this business as well as foreign corporations engaged in ‘tolling’. It describes the rise of the oligarchs, the siloviki’ and the labour movements.

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Free for All The Post-Soviet Transition of Russia by Gary K Busch 9781602645738.

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Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after .

Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin. Dr. Busch has had a varied career-as an international trades unionist, an academic, a businessman and a political affairs and business consultant for 45 years.

"Free For All" tells the story of the transition of the Russian political and economic structures after Communism, through Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin. It examines the role of the KGB, the GRU and the other security organizations in effecting and controlling these transitions and explains the important roles played by Russian organized crime in this business as well as foreign corporations engaged in 'tolling'. It describes the rise of the oligarchs, the siloviki' and the labour movements. The primary focus is the Russian metals industry and the personal experiences gained during the building of the logistical and political infrastructure for the Russian aluminium industry across Russia. It represents the personal experiences and insights gained in years of engagement in Siberia and the Russian Far East.

Comments: (2)

Kazigrel
This is a brave and insightful book. It is a must read for anyone who hopes to understand the economic and political developments in post Socialist Russia. "Free For All," is a first person witness to history, written with humor and completely documented honesty. If you are a KGB scoundrel or Russian Mafia operative, prepare to see your name and dealings revealed in this book. Professors, businessmen, politicians, and students of history will surely be astounded by the stories in this book.
Balhala
This is an amazing account of the fall of the USSR and attempts to piece its economy back together after the Cold War, in whatever haphazard manner that might be whether through oligarchs, mafias, the KGB, or the common man. In these days of increasingly restrictive press in Russia, it's refreshing to see a true insider account from someone who tells it like it is. And Busch is not just any insider; he was one of the first Western businessmen to bring capitalist ideas to the "new" Russia, and helped run one of the biggest metals businesses in the country. Free For All takes no prisoners, reading like a who's who of politics and industry in the post-Soviet Union, but yet Busch's often sarcastic approach to business and life gets the reader laughing out loud at the insanity of many aspects of one of the world's supposed "superpowers". It's particularly interesting how Busch sets the stage for Putin to take over.

This book should be required reading for anyone even mildly attempting to understand Russia, but it's also a fascinating, intriguing read for any armchair observer on the world stage.
Free for All: The Post-Soviet Transition of Russia download epub
Historical
Author: Gary K. Busch,G. K. Busch
ISBN: 1602645736
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (May 31, 2010)
Pages: 280 pages