ISSUE: VOLUME 16.06 JUNE 1987
Glasnost: Who benefits?

Who's afraid of Russian openness?

The new policy of greater openness and "restructuring" proclaimed by the Gorbachev leadership has had a mixed reception in various quarters -- from official enthusiasm in Moscow and exaggerated optimism on the part of some western media to downright scepticism among East Europeans and many Russian emigres.

With Aleksandr Kustarev, Natalya Rubinshtein

Syria: Wadi Ismandar, Jamil Hatmal

Czechoslovakia: Ludvik Vaculik, Jan Pelc

Turkey: Muzaffer Abayhan, Mehmet Ali Dikerdem

Vietnam: Tran Tri Vu

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