Putin’s government reshuffle is just Russian politics as usual by Elena Chinyaeva MOSCOW–On 28 March, two days after the first anniversary of his election as president, Russian President Vladimir Putin undertook a government reshuffle that some observers have hurried to call a “cadre revolution.” Made on the eve of a traditional presidential address to the […]

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