Brian D. Taylor's The Code of Putinism
Brian D. Taylor’s The Code of Putinism examines the mentality of Vladimir Putin and his leadership that has shaped Russian politics, economics, and foreign policy over the last two decades. Mark N. Katz, Peter Rutland, and Robert Orttung and Ellen Powell discuss the implications of this worldview and its durability for Russia’s future, even after Putin is gone.
Where Is Putinism Leading Russia?
Mark N. Katz
The Roots of Authoritarianism in Russia
A State without a Society
Robert Orttung and Ellen Powell
Author’s Response: The Code Is Central, but for How Long?
Brian D. Taylor
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