The Putin System

The Putin System

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  • Year of Publication
    2019
  • Author
    Grigory Yavlinsky
  • Publication
    Columbia University Press
  • Number of pages
    256
  • ISBN-13
    9780231801522
  • ISBN-10
    0231801521
  • Binding Type
    Hardcover
  • Language
    English

Grigory yavlinsky, a Russian economist and opposition leader, explains his country politics from a unique perspective, voicing a Russian liberal critique of the post-Soviet system that is vital for the West to hear.? He argues that put in is as much a product of the system as its creator. A quarter century after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia once again looms large over world affairs, from Ukraine to Syria to the 2016 U.S. Election. Yet how power works in present-day russia—how Vladimir put in came to power and maintains his rule—remains opaque and often misunderstood. In the put in system, Russian economist and opposition leader grigory yavlinsky explains his country politics from a unique perspective, voicing a Russian liberal critique of the post-Soviet system that is vital for the West to hear. Combining the first-hand experience of a practicing politician with academic expertise, yavlinsky gives unparalleled insights into the sources of putin’s power and what might be next. He argues that Russia's dysfunction is neither the outcome of one man's iron-fisted rule nor a deviation from the supposedly natural development of Western-style political institutions. Instead, Russia's peripheral position in the global economy has fundamentally shaped the regime domestic and Foreign policy, nourishing authoritarianism while undermining its opponents. The quasi-market reforms of the 1990s, the bureaucracy self-perpetuating grip on power, and the Russian elite’s frustration with its Secondary status have all combined to enable personalized authoritarian rule and corruption. Ultimately, put in is as much a product of the system as its creator. In a time of sensationalism and fear, the put in system is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand how power is wielded in Russia.

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  • Year of Publication
    2019
  • Author
    Grigory Yavlinsky
  • Publication
    Columbia University Press
  • Number of pages
    256
  • ISBN-13
    9780231801522
  • ISBN-10
    0231801521
  • Binding Type
    Hardcover
  • Language
    English
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