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Continuity from czars to Putin

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Submitted by Brian Meadows (United States), Dec 23, 2016 at 14:11

I do think Putin is moving in the same direction as the czars in this respect. He's just using smarter and stealthier means to achieve his, and Russia's, aims in this. Rather like a Muscovy cat, I might say.


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