e-Book Putin's Russia epub downloadAuthor: Lilia Shevtsova
Pages: 457 pages
Publisher: Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace; Second edition (January 27, 2005)
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e-Book Putin's Russia epub download
by Lilia Shevtsova
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Putin's Russia - Lilia Shevtsova. Lilia Shevtsova is in a class by herself as an analyst and explicator of Russian politics, and her mastery is fully on display in Putin’s Russia. She combines investigative skills with hard-headed judgment and narrative verve. Her portraits of the main actors are textured and convincing
In Putin's Russia, Lilia Shevtsova, one of Russia's top political analysts and award-winning journalists, examines how, under Putin, the country vacillates between optimism and anguish, hope and resentment.
In Putin's Russia, Lilia Shevtsova, one of Russia's top political analysts and award-winning journalists, examines how, under Putin, the country vacillates between optimism and anguish, hope and resentment. She examines the true nature of Putin's leadership and how far he is willing and capable to go with further transformation. Time will tell if he can combine his authoritarian ways with economic liberalism and pro-Western policy to define the Russia of the twenty-first century.
Lilia Shevtsova (Лилия Фёдоровна Шевцова) chairs the Russian Domestic Politics and Political Institutions Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center, dividing her time between Carnegie’s offices in Washington, DC, and Moscow. She has been with Carnegie since 1995.
Lilia Shevtsova co-chairs the Russian Domestic Politics and Political Institutions Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, dividing her time between the Carnegie office in Washington, . USA, and the Carnegie Moscow Center, Russia.
Foreign Affairs "Shevtsova is one of the most astute and independent-minded observers of the Russian political scene.
Shevtsova on Russia's idiot rulers. In the text, she points to .
On December 31, 1999, ailing political maverick Boris Yeltsin abruptly handed the country's leadership over to the virtually unknown former intelligence officer Vladimir Putin. The new Kremlin boss represented both continuity and change.
Shevtsova's scorecard will interest serious Russia watchers. Survival A timely, expert book. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
This revised edition includes and examination of the recent presidential and parliamentary elections and their effects on Putin's leadership and Russia. Praise for the previous edition: "Out of her blunt, often acerbic, account come shrewd insights into Putin's transformation from an implausible, contrived successor into a dominator unchallenged by oligarchs, legislators, or regional bosses, let alone a democratic opposition."Foreign Affairs "Shevtsova is one of the most astute and independent-minded observers of the Russian political scene."Times Literary Supplement "Offers many insights into Kremlin court politics, as well as Mr. Putin and his foes."The Economist "This well-informed Russian observer offers a straightforward situation report. Shevtsova's scorecard will interest serious Russia watchers."Booklist "An insightful account of how the Russian president is swaying on a pendulum between reform and stability."Survival "A timely, expert book."Washington Post