The great stall of the new Russia


The economy is moving, but not enough. Extraordinary sales of petroleum and raw materials are behind the growth in GDP. Political reforms have stagnated and are replaced by a temptation to rebuild the State power of the past. Vladimir Putin is placing himself at the center of the game between reformers and conservatives, but his popularity is in decline. Because the one to pay the price of transition...

The economy is moving, but not enough. Extraordinary sales of petroleum and raw materials are behind the growth in GDP. Political reforms have stagnated and are replaced by a temptation to rebuild the State power of the past. Vladimir Putin is placing himself at the center of the game between reformers and conservatives, but his popularity is in decline. Because the one to pay the price of transition…

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