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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  V    CONFER 189 62 158 274 174 199 235 111 31
2  V    CONSOLIDATE 461 35 157 247 104 96 143 19 129
3  V    EXACERBATE 374 99 317 331 76 140 224 166 19
4  J    TANGIBLE 208 118 271 179 175 138 157 54 42
5  N    PRINTING 109 23 132 77 136 59 592 24 103
6  N    DISPOSITION 200 235 434 199 240 500 123 68 11
7  N    REVERSAL 203 63 198 172 240 180 250 87 26
8  V    EFFECT 208 169 218 272 230 234 154 78 18
9  N    FUSION 135 11 75 50 142 93 646 111 21
10  N    RESTRUCTURING 347 178 229 210 60 71 168 98 127
 

Although other countries were also involved in trying to end the war, Russian politicians confronted issues that directly affected their country in ways that the other countries did not because the problems of extreme nationalism and ethnic minorities, which were the issues in Bosnia, also beset multiethnic Russia. President Boris Yeltsin had to find a way to reconcile the international and domestic constituencies surrounding these questions while remaining true to the promise of the new democratic institutions of the post-Soviet Union Russian state. Analysts of events in Russia commonly remark on the changes that the end of the Soviet Union has brought to the country. Most tell us that the changes have not all been for the better, for this "democratic transition, "with its multicandidate elections and open parliamentary debates, has been accompanied by an increase in the crime rate, an increase in the unemployment rate, major disruptions in the economy, and a host of other social ills. Frequently lost in discussions of

 
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