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Publications of the Yabloko server 1990-1998

Keynote Speech by Grigory Yavlinsky, Chairman of the Public Political Organization “Yabloko”

in the 6th Yabloko Congress  at the Otrandoye Resort outside Moscow As translated by Dr. Richard Weitz, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University,

March 14, 1998  

Russia's Phony Capitalism 

Foreign Affairs, by Grigory Yavlinsky,

May/June 1998

Yavlinsky Letter to Yeltsin Open letter to the President of Russia from Grigoriy Yavlinsky on behalf of the Yabloko public association: "Yabloko Has Reminded the Guarantor That He Is the Guarantor"

Obshchaya Gazeta, No. 251,

July 1998

Yavlinsky Interviewed on Russian Situation

Ekho Moskvy Radiostation,Studio interview with Grigoriy Yavlinsky, Yabloko faction leader, by Aleksey Venediktov -- live,

September 8, 1998

Russian presidential contender falls ill

By John  Thornhill, Financia Times, p. 4,

Semptemder 22, 1998

Yavlinsky-Russia 'Needs a Different President'

Ekho Moskvy Radiostation , in Russian 1505 GMT,

October 19, 1998

Yabloko can go it alone, and should 

Editorial, Moscow Times,

November 27, 1998


Nuclear Umbrellas and the Need for Understanding: IC Interview With Ambassador Lukin


September 25, 1997
Time Ripe for Yabloko
By Michael McFaul, The Moscow Times, 18.09.97, p.8


Russia's Fork in the Road

By Grigory Yavlinsky


Rehabilitation of democracy in Russia

"Biznes i Politika", Sergey Mitrokhin's Position of the Yabloko faction in a discussion with ideological opponents,

Moscow, February 1995

Democracy in Russia


July 12-13, 1995

Reformers with clean hands: a challenge to Yeltsinisn

Post Soviet Prospects, vol III, #11, by Dmitri Glinski,

November 1995

In post-Soviet Russia, the absence of true reforms, the plight of the middle class, and Yeltsin's drift toward a Byzantine autocracy have led to the extinction of the mass-based democratic movement. This December, the electoral slate of Grigory Yavlinsky is likely to be the only democratic and pro-reform group to pass the 5 percent threshold of the national vote needed to win slots for its party list in the next legislature.


Lamont Pleads for Soviet Economic Treaty

Annual Meeting News, Bangkok’ 91, By David Shirreff

October 17,1991

U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont is not backing the wrong horse, he says. "In fact, I’m not really backing a horse," he insisted yesterday. The horse in question was Grigory Yavlinsky, deputy chairman of the committee for the management of the national (Soviet) economy, in whom the Group of Seven industrial countries appear to have put a lot of trust.

“I am confident that Yavlinsky has the support and confidence of President Gorbachev,” said Lamont. "I'm also confident that Russian President Yeltsin is interested in dialogue with the West."

Yavlinsky's bargain road show

The European,

July 12-14, 1991

The idea of a deal between Mr Gorbachev and the West has been given its most precise shape in the guise of the "Grand Bargain" that Grigory Yavlinsky has been hawking around the West the past few weeks, writes Michael Maclay.

Mr Yavlinsky, a former deputy prime minister of Russia, has been working with American academics on a blueprint for the Soviet economy that would draw heavily on Western backing.

Gorbachev Gestures: Signal of Fresh Commitment to Change

International Herald Tribune, By Serge Schnemann, May 23, 1991, New York Times Service

MOSCOW - After a bitter winter of estrangement from his comrades in changing Soviet society, President Mikhail S. Gorbachev has signaled a readiness to come in from the cold.

In a series of gestures since his meeting with Boris N. Yeltsin, the head of the Russian Republic, and leaders of eight other republics last month, the Soviet president has reached out anew to liberal advocates of change at home and Western leaders abroad.

Draft Treaty Touts Private Property as Basis for Soviet Union's Economy

Wall Street Journal, By PETER GUMBEL Staff Writer

September 12, 1991

MOSCOW - The Soviet Union would make private property the basis of its economy and take steps to ensure repayment of its foreign debt under a new economic treaty being proposed by Grigory Yavlinsky, deputy head of an interim committee currently running the Soviet economy.

Joint Plan Links Western Aid with Soviet Economic Reforms

Harvard University Gazette,

May 24, 1991

A team of top Soviet economists and American scholars met at Harvard this week to develop a joint plan that includes a program to move the Soviet Union toward democracy and a market economy and a program of substantial Western cooperation.

Soviet Economists Visit Harvard Profs.

Team of Seven Seek Western Advice to Draft Plan to Restructure Economy

The Harvard Crimson, by Lan N. Nguyen

May 22, 1991

A joint team of Soviet economists and American scholars - including three Harvard professors - are meeting this week to develop a plan to restructure the Soviet Union's economy while allowing for the growth of democracy there.

West must aid Soviet reform says Yavlinsky

Financial Times, by Leyla Boulton in Moscow,

May 21, 1991

MR Grigory Yavlinsky, the economist who is trying to broker a western-assisted reform package for the Soviet Union, has warned that the west would have as much to lose from a failure of Soviet reform attempts as the Soviet Union itself.

Would the West’s Billions Pay Off?

Los Angeles Times , by Grigory Yavlinsky and Graham Allison,

June 3, 1991

The path of transformation that the leaders of the Soviet Union can choose depends critically on the extent of Western engagement and assistance is critically dependent on the path of reform the Soviet Union is prepared to undertake.


Soviet Economics: Out With the Old And in With… What?

The Wall Street Journal, by Peter Gumbell-Staff Reporter of The Wall Street Journal, December 20, 1990

MOSCOW – Hidden behind a high concrete wall on the southern edge of Moscow is a cluster of dachas for the Russian government elite. Cooks serve up meals three times a day, while maids deliver wicker baskets of the best sausage, cheese and vodka for snacks. Chauffeur-driven black Volga sedans stand ready to whisk the pampered residents to town.

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