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U.S. FOREIGN AID TO RUSSIA.

Contends that American foreign policy & support of the Russian transformation has had mixed results. Overview of the transformation. Discusses Russia's system under Putin & concerns regarding the establishment of Democracy in Russia. Examines U.S. Programs (USAID, etc) to assist Russia; functional powers of such aid. American foreign aid & Russia and past American bilateral assistance. Argues that American assistance to Russsia has not bolstered the country's Democratic institutions.
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The Russian Transformation and the Role of American Support
Introduction and Statement of Purpose
American foreign policy in general, and America's use of foreign aid or assistance in particular, has always been understood as reflective of both domestic and international political, security, economic and military concerns (Clad & Stone, 1993). Periodic electoral shifts in the period since the end of World War II have resulted in ideologically inspired shifts in aid policy, as in the abrupt tilt toward free-market development after 1981 and the beginning of the Reagan years; the collapse of the former Soviet Union in 1989, perhaps the major event shaping American foreign policy and aid decisions in the latter half of the century, also resulted in dramatic changes in America's bilateral and multilateral assistance programs (Clad & Stone,

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