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Putin's "neo-authoritarian stabilisation"

 

Putin's Objectives (2000-2008)

 
A strong Russia capable of standing up politically and economically for itself
A strong state capable to enforce its authority on the civil society
A strong federal centre that keeps regions under control
Political and economic liberalisation should be cleansed of the distortions that have rendered Russia weak
 

Putin Is Compared to:

 
The Soviet leader Yuri Andropov
The Chilean general Augusto Pinochet
The French general Charles de Gaulle
 
Peter the Great

 
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