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Putin’s Second Act


Fraud and vote-rigging protests in December have shaken the Russian political landscape. While Vladimir Putin is still considered the presidential favorite, it seems clear he’ll have to change his tune to win over an increasingly hostile electorate that no longer perceives him as a national savior and has little or no affection for his bloated United Russia Party.

Fraud and vote-rigging protests in December have shaken the Russian political landscape. While Vladimir Putin is still considered the presidential favorite, it seems clear he’ll have to change his tune to win over an increasingly hostile electorate that no longer perceives him as a national savior and has little or no affection for his bloated United Russia Party.

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