The Real Code of Putinism

Today's Russia is in the most critical stage of its ideological design.  Its beginning was laid in the article by Vladislav Surkov (aide to the Russian president) under the symbolic title "Long-lasting state of Putin."  The piece was widely discussed by the expert community in Russia and abroad.  Many took this article as a signal that Putin was not going to leave after his presidential term's expiration in 2024 and was preparing his domestic public and international community for this through his éminence grise (as Surkov is often called).  However, with a detailed analysis of the processes that occur in modern Russia, one can come to deeper conclusions. Vladimir Putin has ruled the country since 2000, and over these 19 years, influence groups around him have been fighting each other for a special position and status.  Unlike most of his associates, Putin is indeed an ideologically motivated leader who perceives himself not just as...(Read Full Article)
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