Anna L. Bailey, Politics under the Influence: Vodka and Public Policy in Putin’s Russia (Cornell University Press, forthcoming September 15, 2018).
- Feeding the state: vodka from tsarism to communism
- Soviet policy doublethink
- The parasites feed: state capture under Yeltsin
- Regaining state control under Putin
- The judo gang: informal networks and perceptions of power
- An all-powerful regulator
- Beer: the new pretender on the Russian alcohol market
- The brewers’ nemesis in the Duma
- Vodka is our enemy, but who said we’re afraid of enemies
- From illegality to demography: alcohol policy paradigms
- The new anti-alcohol network
- Medvedev and the anti-alcohol initiative
- Alcohol policy as battleground: the 2011 alcohol law
- The campaign is over, but the battle continues.