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Tag Archives: Putin
By Simon Saradzhyan Half a year since Vladimir Putin’s election for a third presidential team, it is crystal clear that the expectations of a “Putin 2.0” raised by his aides during the campaign are plain unrealistic (unless, of course, “2” … Continue reading
By Simon Saradzhyan Belfer Center Research Fellow This August, Russia, Georgia and its breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia commemorate the fourth anniversary of the war that they fought in 2008. But while the mood has been predictably festive … Continue reading
By Simon Saradzhyan and Nabi Abdullaev (Updated Monday, March 5, 2012) There was little doubt that Vladimir Putin would be elected president of Russia on Sunday and return to the Kremlin for a third term. The Central Elections Committee announced … Continue reading