Can Russia Make Up For Lost Time?
From the rubble left by the collapse of Communism, Russia's scientific elite once dreamed of building a semiconductor partnership with the U.S. Given access to long-banned Western tools and knowhow, the optimists envisioned Russia's capitalizing on generations of Kremlin-groomed research to become the next South Korea. Instead, years of travail--starting even before the Soviet Union's breakup--reduced the Russian industry to a shadow of its former self.
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