The present memorandum aims at providing a concise and documented analysis on the Russian policy on abortion through the understanding of the legal landscape’s evolution and the causes of such an evolution.
by Stanislav Kulov, Moses Kondrashin, Liliya Kulova,
March 2020Read the full PDF document
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