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Putin

Russia's Choice

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Putin by Richard Sakwa
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Vladimir Putin has had a major domestic and international impact since being elected Russian President in March 2000 and yet remarkably little is known about the man in the West. Putin: Russia's Choice , written by one of the UK's leading scholars of Russian politics, is the first major study of the man and his politics. Richard Sakwa's discussion provides the biographical and political context to explain Putin's astonishing rise from anonymous KGB apparatcik to leader of one of the world's most important and significant countries. The book explains Putin's personal and intellectual development and his ability to effect social and political change. Putin's attempts to reform the endemic weakness of the Russian state and to reshape its political system and national identity are explored alongside his economic, social, cultural, regional and foreign policies. The author also examines the close personal relationships that Putin has forged with other world leaders such as President George W. Bush, Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. Drawing on both Russian and English-language sources, and providing comprehensive coverage of Putin's speeches, interviews and policy documents, this is the definitive study of the Russian leader.

Author Biography

Richard Sakwa is Professor of Politics at the University of Kent, UK.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2004
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
12 halftones
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
320
Dimensions
152x229x19
ISBN-13
9780415296632
Product ID
5262570

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