The Age of Assassins: The Rise and Rise of Vladimir Putin
Gibson Square, Jan 1, 2008 - Abuse of administrative power - 317 pages
Felshtinsky investigates how Russia under Putin became the first country in history to be ruled by its secret service. Using first-hand information from former oligarchs and KGB spies, he describes how the power has shifted away from the oligarchs to a small network of spies. Together they have created a power that was unimaginable even under Russian Communism.
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The Age of Assassins: How Scary are Russia's New Rulers?
I︠U︡riĭ Felʹshtinskiĭ,Yuri Felshtinsky
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