22 May 2000 To Russian and foreign political analysts and commentators, names like Augusto Pinochet, Charles de Gaulle, Ludwig Erhard and even Stalin come to mind when contemplating the mystery that is President Vladimir Putin. To Russian citizens he is perhaps any or all of these people: he’s the man who could bring necessary law […]

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