Russia's first post-communist president Boris Yeltsin has died.
Although he oversaw a regime that brought out the worst in many of Russia's capitalists and waged bloody wars in Chechnya, he should be primarily be remembered dismantling the countries communist regime.
The Yeltsin era was one of peace dividends that only ended with the terrorist attacks of September 2001 and Bush's subsequent invasion of Iraq.
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