The Age of Assassins: How Scary Are Russia's New Rulers?
Gibson Square, 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 firsthand information from former oligarchs and KGB spies, he describes how the power has shifted away from the oligarchs to a small network of spies.
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