Lifelong Putin’s Governance?

Lifelong Putin’s Governance?

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I am not deluded by the allegedly changing social situation in the Russian Federation. Extraordinarily as for the Russian standards anti-rule demonstrations did not change anything. Putin easily won the elections in the first round, he lived through one of the biggest crisis in his career and established his position as the head of the […]

Putin’s Choice, Creative Class, and the Future of Russia

Putin’s Choice, Creative Class, and the Future of Russia

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Putin’s choice: heavy industrial and military development On March 4, 2012, following just few hours after the preliminary results, workers of UralVagonZavod, Russia’s biggest producer of tanks and armored vehicles and the largest main battle tank manufacturer in the world, congratulated Vladimir Putin with a victory in the presidential race. Putin addressed tank factory workers […]

Polish foreign policy to be reviewed

Polish foreign policy to be reviewed

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It should be considered if the government’s policy is efficient in realizing Polish interests in the European Union. It is a truism to state that the policy of the Civic Platform is more efficient than the one of the Law and Justice. Changes in the international policy and economic situation cause however that the policy […]

Experts Warn of Consequences to U.S.-Russian Relations from Recent Crackdown on Opposition

Experts Warn of Consequences to U.S.-Russian Relations from Recent Crackdown on Opposition

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WASHINGTON – Thirty-seven former U.S. government officials, human rights and democracy advocates and Russia experts warned on Wednesday that the arrest of Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov at a demonstration on July 31 and other anti-democratic steps taken by the Russian government constitute an “alarming trend” and that continued abuses should have “serious consequences” for […]

The implications of gas crisis between Belarus and Russia

The implications of gas crisis between Belarus and Russia

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Paweł Luty: Recently we have experienced a huge crisis between Belarus and Russia over natural gas. Belarus owed Gazprom millions of dollars. Minsk answered that Russians also had not settled their debt for the transit of LPG. Apart from the economic reasons, do you see any other source of the conflict? Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski: […]

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